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during a football game the stands were a jungle of people n:\oving about and cheering. 

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Tiffany Hicks, Ebony Taylor and Kacie Ray are very happy to 
be a part of the action that went on during the pep rally 
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Melanie Shippitka has so much en- 
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down in her cheerleading activity- 
Jamie Smialek finding her action out 
in the woods of the cross country 
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The first days were always Busy and confusmg, especially for freshmen who 
had to try to find their way around Euclid High School. 





Theme 



Ben Mooney and Tom Walker gave in- 
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who were interested . Jef f Gu ttu signed up 
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Packing everyone into the gym for a pep rally was really a 
time consuming job for a school the size of Euclid. 




Stacie Johnson, Andrea Haselbusch and Marty Witczak anxiously 
waiting to get into their classroom. 

Ebony Taylor, DeMarco Miller, Ken Schuster, Laura Fif olt and David 
Longstreth rummaging through the confusion of all the old pictures 
that were not used in previous yearbooks. 



Robert Henson found that there were lots of complications that had 
to be worked out during the first days of school. 



Counselor, Mrs. Audree Fox and Principal, Mr. William 
Scoggan discuss some of the scheduling problems that 
occurred during the first week of school. 
Paula Sustarsic, Karvarees Herman and Amy Guy try to 
get a breath of fresh air during the hot, muggy and 
uncomfortable first days of school 



Theme 




Stacy Meden, 

Rosalyn 

Miranda, 

Meredith Bell 

and Amy Guy 

know that the 

library is an 

ideal place to 

spend their 

study halls in 

since they can 

be with their 

friends and 

they can get 

lots of work 

done. 



The life of a typical Euclid student can be very- 
hectic and confusing at times. The school year 
began with the students trying to get their sched- 
ule worked out so that they were taking the classes that 
they had signed up to take. After that they had to figure 
how to get from class to class by the appropriate route so 
that lockers could be visited and friends could be met in 
the allotted time between classes. Students made new 
friends in their classes as the year progressed. There 
were many athletic activities and clubs that the students 
could attend throughout the year. Doing homework and 
attending afterschool activities such as jobs or service 
organizatiorts took up much time. A student had a lot of 
activities to spend their time on throughout the year. 



At the pep 

assembly before 

the Barberton 

game the 

cheerleaders and 

majorettes and 

Marching band 

and the football 

team all helped to 

get the student 

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Angela Suchy, Leann Uchbar, Cecilia Miller, Julie 
Di Bartolomeo and Jackie Sas know that being 
friends will help them out of many bad situations. 
Students in Mrs. Lomac's class should learn infor- 
mation that will help them out in later years. 
During the first days of school, Michelle Dineen, 
Lisa Pike and Katie Masterson were very anxious 
to get into their classroom. 
Janeen Miklowski enjoyed her life outside on the 
tennis court after school. 



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Jamie Smialek, Beckie Glavan, Demarco Miller, Ebony Taylor, Alexander Tot, Wendy Lapuh 
and Jeff Jakse enjoying themselves by looking through old pictures that were not used in 
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Chuck Gordon realizes that he now has five minutes 
to get to his next class so there should be no reason to 

be late. 

Tenesia Johnson knows that the food she consumes is 
necessary for life and will enable her to grow into a 

healthy adult. 



Student Life 




Helena Oroz was deeply involved in 
many school activities such as Student 
Council which sponsored the Home- 
coming festivities. 

Chris Eppich, Cathy Hillier, Nichole 
Phillips, Deanna Hoppert, Kristen 
Kotonski and Amanda Hartman were 
good friends who enjoyed eating to- 
gether during lunch. 



Christina Fabert, Sharon Hollis, 
Trisha O'Hara, Kristina Geiger, Shona 
Mc Cune and Gina Phillips were able 
to -Work side by side as cheerleaders. 



Marty O'Neill, Cecilia Miller, Lillian 
Mazzei, Erin Smith, Julie Di 
Bartolomeo and Maggie Dane found 
that companionship during the lunch 
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I he mighty Euclid 
Panther football team 
got Homecoming 
weekend of to an excellent 
start by beating the Brush 
Arcs 3 1 -7 on Friday, October 
1 5. It was a beautiful night 
\\ ith no wind and mild 
temperatures. The team and 
fans got to see the game with 
the new lighting system that 
had just been installed to 
replace the light poles that 
had been bent during the July 
28 storm. The Panthers 
looked strong as they started 
the game by scoring on their 
first two possessions but after 
that they just seemed to lose 
enthusiasm as they only led 
1 4-0 at the half. Euclid gained 
255 yards and 14 first downs 
in the first half but also 
managed to throw an inter- 
ception and lose a fumble and 
had its drives stopped. In the 
third quarter Euclid scored on 
a four-play, 86 yard drive 
capped by a five yard run by 
Pepe Pearson. On the next 
play Gary Dwyer intercepted 
a pass and returned it 46 yards 
to the three yard line where B. 
.1. Harrison ran it over on the 
next play. Rob Heramb 
kicked a 24-yard field goal in 
the fourth quarter. Pepe 
Pearson carried 25 times for 
1 62 yards and two touch- 
downs. Mike Yureicii carried 
six times for 97 yards and 
Steve Zahursliy caught four 
passes for 1 25 yards. 





Doug Grisard, Todd Vicic and Carrie Sharp helped celebrate Homecoming 
during halftime ceremonies. 
Rob Heramb, Donald Dawson, Olen Steelman, Kevin Flynt, Steve Zahursky 
<ind Chuck Maxwell show their entliusiasm during a break in the action. 



Homecoming 



The Homecoming candidates came 
through balloon arches with their par- 
ents. 

Student Council members, Helena Oroz 
and Maggie Dane, introduced the Home- 
•toming candidates dtsring an assembly in 
the auditorium. 



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Pepe Pearson coming around left end on his 

Wciv to a touchdown. 

Steve Zahursky, Sparky Birkett, Willie 

Reed, DeMarco Miller and Marty O'Neill 

were some of the reasons the defense was so 

great. 

Mike Yurcich carries the ball for one of his 

gains. 



The team suffered a setback at the end of the game when 
linebacker, Joe Bailey, was lost for the season after he 
sustained a double, compound fracture of his left arm 
with only a couple of minutes left in the game. 



Mr. Ben Pasquale talks with former Euclid 
sensation, Robert Smith, who was attending 
the game since the Minnesota Vikings had a 
bye that week. 



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The 1993 
Homecoming 
Dance was 
held in the E-Room 
on Saturday, October 
1 6 and turned out to 
be a fun time for 
everyone. The theme 
was Classical 
Enchantment and 
decorations included 
a romantic fountain 
with roses and rose 
petals afloat. The ivy 
wound columns, 
starlit chariot scene 
and shimmering pool 
also added classical 
attractions. The most 
fun of all, however, probably 
went along with the music and 
the attendance. Two hundred 
fifty six couples rocked to the 
music all night long and 
enjoyed the refreshments. 
During the night, the Home- 
coming court was introduced 
with Tiffany Hicks as Queen 
and Isaac Bonner as King. The 
rest of the court included the 
queen and king attendants who 
were Annette Hollis, Julie Di 
Bartolomeo, Kim Schultz, 
Tony Sustarsic, Bill Parsons 
and Joe Brkic. The Junior 
attendant was Jennifer Hall 
and the sophomore attendants 
were Heather Nickell and 
Fritz Streiff. Overall, the 
dance was a big success and 
Euclid students are the ones 
who made it happen. 

-Andrea Haselbusch 




King, Queen and court, Fritz Streiff, Joe Brkic, Bill Parsons, Tony Sustarsic, Isaac Bonner, Tiffany Hicks, Annette 1 
Hollis, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Kim Schultz, Heattier Nickell. 




First Senior King attendant, Tony Sustarsic. 

Second Senior King attendant. Bill Parsons 

Third Senior King attendant, Joe Brkic. 

Second Senior Queen attendant, Julie Di 
Bartolomeo. 

First Senior Queen attendant, Annette Hollis. 



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Homecoming Queen, Tiffany Hicks. 




Homecoming King, Isaac Bonner. 







Third Senior Queen attendant, Kim Schultz. 
Junior Attendand, Jennifer Hall. 
Sophomore Attendant, Heather Nickell. 



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Having a job was an important part of life for most 
students at Euclid High School. A poll was conducted of 
Euclid seniors and 81% of them responded that they had 
a part time job at which they worked anywhere from 10 to 25 
hours per week. Most of the students worked at fast food chains 
or as sales people in stores around the city. The students felt that 
the experience that they got from having a job during school was 
useful when they were ready to enter the working world. 



Laura Baber helps customers pick out something they can use from the 
limgk' ot items at the Fmish Line. 
,, Nick Sims rings up a sale for a customer during his time at work. 



Do you have a job? 




El Yes 81,0% 
a No 19.0% 




Jason Samsi 

finds that he can 
make some 
money by help- 
ing people find 
new shoes at 
Thorn McCan. 
Tory Doles toys 
around with the 
idea of making 
children happy at 
Kay Bee Toy 
Store. 





Lots of Euclid's students work in the Library. Melissa Nagode was caught 
putting some books back on the shelf while Janeen Miklowski, Laura Dengel, 
Cathy Zalar and Lakesha Sharp are helping to get the books onto a cart. 






A locker was a student's 
storage place away 
from home. It was a 
place to keep clothes, books, 
pencils, paper and all the other 
items that most students found 
necessary to help tame the 
jungle of problems that they 
faced each day at school. Most 
students just used their lockers 
for storage, but others used 
their lockers as a means of self 
expression as shown by the 
way that they decorated them. 



Rafael Brown says 

that his locker 
"represents the 
whole world". 

Leann Uchbar uses 

her locker to "show 

my friends and 

family and all of my 

books." 




Lockers 




Kim Schoval is interested in "getting 
good grades so I can go to college. I 
want to go to a performing arts col- 
lege in New York." 
Jenna Brzeczkowski likes her locker 
to show that she is "expecting if to be 
a really good year since it's my junior 
year." 




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Julie Di Bartolomeo's locker "is expressing how important 
friendship and family is to me." 

In Shannon Moore's locker you can see that "these pictures are 
of my friends." 



Laura Dengel's locker is "my creation." 

Chad Shuskey says that he "expects to play sports at 

Euclid High School and have a fun time." 



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I his year's Winterfest, "Under the 
Boardwalk", was a special treat for 
everyone who attended. The theme 
"Under the Boardwalk" consisted of 
the E-room decorated as a Euclid 
Beach scene. The colors were red, 
blue, yellow and green, wliich 
brightened up Euclid's E-room and 
ballroom. Along with the colors, otlier 
decorations included a balloon stand, 
popcorn stand, ticket booth and nicely 
decorated columns. In the ballroom, a 
chandelier hung from the ceiling with 
different colors of streamers extending to all 
four comers. These creative decorations set 
off the action on the dance floor. Half way 
through the action, the court was announced 
for that night's dance. Brian Tomazic was 
King along with Dan Burke as first atten- 
dant and Marty O'Neill as second attendant. 
Andrea Haselbusch was crowned queen 
along with Lillian Mazzei as first attendant 
and Sarah Nelirig as second attendant. And 
last, the jester, or class clown, turned out to 
be Matt Lemieux. After this event, the 
dance floor got even hotter and the refresh- 
ments disappeai-ed quickly. People drank all 
of the lemonade and ate all of the vegetables 
and popcorn available. After the food and 
drink was gone, the dance was just about 
over. As the D. J. thanked the students and 
wished them a careful ride home, students 
left and on their way out picked up their 
1994 Winterfest, "Under the Boardwalk" 
glass, as a souvenir to remember forever. 
Overall, the dance was a big success for 
Student Council with over 140 couples 
attending. Adviser, Ms. Judy Carraody did 
an excellent job of keeping everything 
together. 

-Andrea Haselbuscli 




Court Jester was Matt Lemieux with 

his date Kristina Geiger. 

Queen was Andrea Haselbuscli with 

her date Jason Mc Creight. 

King was Brian Tomazic witli liis 

date Devanie Pfahl. 

An important part of every dance is to 

have your picture taken. Here are Rich 

Reed and Christina Mahle liaving 

their picture taken. 





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First Queen 
Attendant Lillian 
Mazzei and Brad 
Bruner. 
Second Queen 
Attendant Saiah 
Nehrig. 
i-irst King 
Attendant Dan 
Burke and Cindy 
Ciulla. 
Second King 
Attendant Marty 
O'Neill and Liesel 
Sacko. 



Paula Sustarsic, Brian Tomazic, 
Tony Sustarsic, Devanie Pfahl, 
Catherine Mc Guinness and Sally 
Kohanski enjoying themselves. 
Julie Di Bartolomeo and Justin Mc 
Kee had fun dancing. 
Mr. Ben Pasquale liked seeing his 
students Cathy Hillier and Amanda 
Hartman. 

Charlie Smialek, Leann Uchbar, Bill 
Parsons and Gina Zeman were 
dressed nicely. 



Steve Zahursky and 
Julianne Hadyk 

enjoying each other's 
company on the dance 
floor. 



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Sports gives students an opportunity to 
participate in activities at Euclid High 
School. Euclid has as conaplete a range of 
sports as almost any high school in Ohio. As 
well as Varsity and Junior Varsity sports there is 
also an extensive freshnian sports program for 
anyone who is interested. If a student wants to 
participate in a sport, they are likely to find it 
offered at Euclid. 




Brandon Ashley 

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the right side of 

the line for a gain 

against the 

Brunswick JV 

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Jon Buchner leaps off the ground to get a head shot for the boy's soccer team. 

Leann Uchbar shows great concentration as she hits the ball. 

Erin Smith knows that she has to keep her eye on the ball if she is going to be able 

to keep it in play for the girl's tennis team. 

Cecilia Miller watches the ball in preparation for her serve. 




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The 1993-94 Panthers had a 
miracle season finishing 
with a perfect 10-0 for the 
regular season which had only 
occurred twice before in Euclid 
history. The offense started out 
slow but the defense picked up the 
slack. With a career high of 6 
interceptions, Kevin Bremer had 3 
in the first game. Offensively it 
seemed B.J. Harrison scored most 
of the touchdowns in the first few 
games. 

Not expecting the defense to 
win all of the games the offense 
started to get it together. By the end 



of the year, 
behind the 
much 
improved 
offensive line, 
Pepe Pearson 
racked up 
1424 yards. 
With the 
running game 
being so hot 
the air attack 
picked up 
some yardage 
along the way. 
Mike Yurcich 
passed for over 



1 ,000 yards for the second year in a 
row. His favorite target was Steve 
Zahursky with 16 catches but 
Gary Dwyer and Kevin Bremer 

were also popular receivers. 

When injuries occuired the team 
had to make do as well as possible. 
Brandon Biggom gained 150 yards 
throughout the season when Pepe 
was not at 100%. 

One of the 
most exciting 
games of the 
season was with 
Mayfield. Euclid 
won 29-28, but it 



went right down to the wire as 
CJary Dwyer intercepted a 
Mayfield pass on the 3-yard line as 
time ran out. 

Many of the players received 
post season awards. Pepe Pearson 
was Co-Offensive Player of the 
Year. Pepe Pearson and Charles 
Smiaiek were First Team Offense. 



Team Defense. Mike Yurcich, 
Sparky Birkett and Steve 
Zahursky got Special Mention. 
-Jamie Willett #43 



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Barberton 


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Brunswick 


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Bedford 


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Maple Hts. 


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Brush 


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Mayfield 


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Will. South 


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Lake wood 


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G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST 


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Quarterback Mike Yurcich was able to get some really 

good runs during the season. Here he is seen getting a 

substantial gain against Mayfield. 

At the beginning of the fourth quarter the players 

traditionallv raise their hands to signal the last quarter. 

Hers are Shawn Leben, Jamie Willett and De Juan 

Goulde making their signal. 




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Chris Neurohr, Kevin Bremer, Jeff Lapuh, Al Phillips, Doug Torzewski, Charlie Smialek, Marty O'Neill, Donald Dawson, Joe Bailey, Scott Jordan. Row three: 
Katie Baioni, Jim Belanich, Joe Tucceri, Joe Karabinus, Matt Lucas, Sparky Birkett, Antoine Kemp, Olen Steelman, Rob Heramb, Shawn Leben, Lisa Primosch. 
Row four: Erin Vincenti, Bill Cast, Fred Streiff, Raymel Slaughter, De Juan Goulde, Bryant Clark, Gary Dwyer, Barry Grisez, Chris Molakakis, Mike 
Summerf ield, Brandon Ashley, Monroe Hillsman, Beth Kramer. Row five: Steve Pae, Tony Laurich, Jamie Willett, Jef f Morris, B.J. Harrison, Darnae Mc Kinney, 
De Marco Miller, Tim Rutti, Tony Raia, Rashuan Wilson, John Scarniench. Row six: Coaches, Mike Barnauskas, Mike Rezzola, Tom Banc, Pete Schwenke, Dan 
Wensing, Roy Pignatiello, Jack Lardomita, Mike Sheck, Dennis Wendham, Chet Nolan, Wendy Case. 





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The defense, consisting of Matt Lucas, B.J. Harrison and 

Joe Bailey, getting ready to go for the ball. 

Pepe Pearson, one of the best runners in the area and one 

of the best Euclid has ever had rests along the sideline after 

scoring one of his many touchdowns. 

Pepe Pearson is watched by Steve Zahursky as he goes 

around left end against North. 



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Cleve. Hts. 20 





Barbertoii 22 


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Brunswick 


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Bedford 33 


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Maple Hts. 22 


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East, North 8 





Brush 


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Mavfield 14 


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Will. South 18 


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Lakewood 6 


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SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 4 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 2 





Big tight end, Steve Zahursky, goes 
up for a reception against South. He 
fell down but still managed to make a 
one-handed catch of the ball. 



J.V. Football, Row one: Steve Duncan, Jeremy Sidhu, Derrick Respress, Peter Thomas. Row two: Raymel Slaughter, 
Nick Pfahl, Mike Summerfield, Fritz Streiff, Develin Smith. Row three: Bob Chmielewski, Joe Tucceri, Waymar 
White, Brandon Ashley, Larry Dissauer, Richard Holly. Row four: Tony Laurich, Jason Spivey, Tony Raia, Chris 
Neurohr, Sam Hance, De Juan Goulde. 




End of the season? 

Sparky Birkett suffered a knee injury near the end of the Lakewood game when 
he was run out of bounds after catching a pass. It was not certain whether or not 
he wou Id be able to play in the post season games. Here you see Coach Tom Banc 
consoling him and expressing his appreciation for having him on the team. 



Offensive coach, Roy Pignatiello, drying himself off after getting drenched by 
the water bucket by some offensive players at the end of the Lakewood game 
which ended a perfect 10-0 regular season. 




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Tucceri, rolls to his left as he tries to 
pick out an open receiver. 



Freshman Football, Row one: Detric Hughes, Ken Wells, John Mc Clain, Damon Scott, Lamonte loster. knw two: Rick 
Cooper, Monroe Hillsman, Simeon Boddie, Mike Melnyk. Row three: Rich Belanich, James Rutherford, Mike 
Zivnoska, Shannon Dorsey, Rick Pecnik, Travis Phelps. Row four: Delonte Brown, Isaac Brown, Delmar Stewart, Jeron 
Cooper, Rashad Wilson, Lee Nosse. 



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Richard Holly intently watching the 
opponents to try to discover which 
way the play is going to come. 




The freshman team had many players that will 
contribute in the years to come. Here is Deleonte 
Brown coming around the right side of the line 
for a sizable gain against Mentor . 



The J.V. offensive line had the job of opening holes for the running 





The J.V. de- 
fensive line 
getting ready 
to jump at the 
snap of the 
ball. 



Nick Pfahl and De 
Marco Miller get- 
ting ready to move 
with the play. 



Football 





The 1994 wrestling 
team had a very 
discouraging season in 
which they were only 
able to win one match 
which was over Bedford. 
Due to lack of participation 
the team could not pick and 
choose weight classes. With 
only two seniors on the 
team, Bruce 

Willingham(130#) and Mike 
Turk(160#), leadership was 
lacking. Coach Tim D'Anna 
felt that the underclassmen 
consisting of juniors; B. J. 
Harrison(189#), Josh 
Holland(135#), DeMarco 
Miller(140#) and Olen 
Steelman(HvyTvt) and 
sophomores; Nick 
Pfahl(130#), Kevin 
Lynch(112#) and Steve 
Higham(140#) would 
provide a basis for a better 
team for next year. 
-Josh Holland 




Wrestling, Row one: Jason Spivey, Olen Steelman, Mike Turk, B. J. Harrison, Joe Tucceri, Charles Brooks, Lemie 
Gardner. Row two: Nathaniel Davis, Paul Solema, Scott Beck, Mike Doyle, Kevin Lynch, Jerry Jeffrey, Denise Witten 
Row three: Coach Tim D'Anna, Bruce Willingham, DeMarco Miller, Bob Schmolesky, Steven Higham, Nick Pfahl 
Josh Holland, Steve Rogonjic. 



Nick Pfahl waits for the start signal 
so he can begin wrestling. 





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B. J. Harrison trying to get his opponent's arm under control. 
Bruce Willingham waiting for the referee to signal the start. 
Olen Steelman trying to get his opponent on his back. 




The referee watches closely as Joey 
Tucceri gets his opponent into a pre- 
carious position. 





Steve Higham struggles with his op- 
ponent in the hopes of getting him 
turned over. 



Wrestling 




The 1993 Euclid Panther 
Varsity soccer team had 
one of its best seasons 
in recent years. With new Head 
Coach, Mike Durbin stepping 
in and creating a team oriented 
environment, tlie panthers 
finished the season at 8-7-1 
overall and 6-3-1 and second 
place in the G.C.C. Most of the 
credit belonged to Coach 
Durbin for keeping egos and 
problems to a minimum. 

Leading the panthers in goal 
was Justin Mc Kee. Saving 
the ball and the Panther's 
behinds. He finished the season 
with 5 shutouts and was voted 
the MVP of the G.C.C. Josip 
Brkic let the Panthers in 
scoring with 10 goals and 6 
assists. Josip, Greg Pesek and 
Rob Heramb, also made first 
team G.C.C. Greg and Rob led 
a tough Euclid defense and 
made the job easier for the goal 
keeper. 

A great effort was given by 
all including Chad Gady, 
Drazan Bilavcic, and Jon 
Buchner. Future years should 
also be good with returning 
players like Rich Slade, Eric 
Heiss, Mike Heramb. Brian 
Udovic and Kevin Gady. 
-Josip Brkic 





Boy's Soccer, Row one: Eric Heiss, Kevin Gady, Josip Brkic, Justin McKee, Rob Heramb, Drazan Bilavcic, Chad Gady 
Row two: Alex Ricardes, Jason Derganc, John Laush, Kevin Gady, Jon Buchner, Greg Pesek, Mike Swyt, Brian Udovich, 
Mike Heramb, Rich Slade. 




J v. Soccer, Row one: Coach,Jeff Jordan, Donovon Smith, Rafael Brown, Kevin Klocker, Brad Snell, Steve Barrett, Dav( 
Wagner, Katie Salisbury. Row two: Andy Eminger, Ben Mooney, Tom Walker, Maria Laush, Adam Weber, Jeff Horton 
Jeff Grundman, Dante Allen, Todd Woodruff, Dan Corleto. 



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iris Soccer, Row one: Alii Kucinski, Sandy Brown, Maggie Dane, Nicole Hrdlicka, Michelle Dineen, Kyle Russ, Dana 
inotti. Row two: Jaina Blackford, Beth Blatnik, Pam Jordan, Jenn Waina, Cara Parise, Laura Fifolt, Heather Nickell, 
oach, Mike Sustin. Row three: Gina Zeman, Nikki Christides, Debbie Podmore, Missy Clark, Chris Eppich, Angela 
oeth, Jennifer Lepley. Row four: Katie Salisbury, Lori Davison, Helene Schwartz, Cory Watson, Katie Walker, Nancy 
ekol. 




reshman Soccer, Row one: Fred Blatnik, Jay Kletecka. Row two: George La Cave, Rob Slade, Paul Solema, Danielle 
:alabrese, Kham Phommavichit, Dennis Vitolo. Row three: Coach, Jim Presot, Katie Salisbury, Onekeo Phommavichit, 
im Swyt, Doug Zeman, Mark Yelich, Rich Figuero, Mario Laush, Sean Fox. 

Joe Brkic goes head-over-heels to get 
in a shot for the boy's soccer team. 

Jaina Blackford concentrates on the 
ball as she tries to get it past two 
defenders. 




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he lady Panther 
Soccer team had a 
greatly improved 



record of 9-6-1 . At the 
beginning of the season the 
girls decided to go for 9-7. 
With hard work and dedica- 
tion, they achieved their goal 
managing to go slightly 
beyond it. Although there 
were five seniors leaving, the 
hopes for a successful 1994 
season were high. 

-Laura Fifolt 



VARSITY AND J.V. 


SOCCER 


TEAM VAR. 


THEM 


T.V. 


THEM 


Madison 


1 


2 


3 


1 


Bay Village 





3 





3 


Mayfield 


3 


T 


2 





Bedford 


5 


1 


9 


1 


Brush 











1 


Will. South 


1 


2 


2 





East. North 


1 





2 


3 


Mentor 


1 


2 





3 


Mayfield 


3 


2 


9 


2 


Bedford 


6 





3 


2 


Brush 


1 





1 


1 


Will. South 


1 


3 


1 


2 


East, North 





1 





1 


Lakewood 


7 





3 


2 


Shaker Hts. 





4 


1 





VAR. 


SEASON RECORD 1 


WON 8 LOST 7 TIE 1 | 


G.C.C. RFECORD 




WON 6 LOST 3 TIE 1 | 


LEAGUE FINISH 


second 


J.V. SEASON RECORD 


WON 9 LOST 6 TIE 1 


G.C.C 


. RECORD 




WON 5 LOST 4 TIE 1 



VARSITY GIRL'S SOCCER 

TEAM US THEM 
Madison 2 3 
Hawken 1 3 
Chagrin Falls 1 5 



Mayfield 
Regina 
Brush 
WUl. South 
East. North 
Trinity 
Gilmour 
Beaumont 



5 
14 



SEASON RECORD 
WON 9 LOST 7 TIE 1 

G.C.C. RECORD 

WON 6 LOST 2 TIE 

LEAGUE FINISH: second 




Soccer 




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ntering the 1994 year, 
the Indoor track team 
set high standards for 
themselves. With great 
coaching from Robert 
Ramlow and Lou Tomasi, the 
team went to work. With some 
of the best sprinters around, 
Pepe Pearson, Brandon Biggom, 
Brian Jordan, James Driscoll 
and exchange student, Eero 
Linna were burning up the 
track. Along with that was the 
G.C.C. champion distance team 
of Pat Carney, Ken Schuster, 
Tim Carney, Paul Glowacki, 
Adam Hines and Derek Stanic 
and returning midcile distance 
lettermen, Jamie Willett and 
Robert Tepley. The team had a 
lot of talent and had an excellent 
season. 

Ken Schuster 




Indoor Track, Row one: Allison FitzGerald, Paul Glowacki, Jamie Willetl, James Driscoll, Robert Tepley, Phil Baioni 
Grady Buhaley, Derek Stanic, Tim Carney, Al Phillips, Lakisha Phillips, Coach Bob Ramlow. Row two: Coach Loi 
Tomasi, Nikki Jackson, Freddy Blatnik, Andy Eminger, Pat Carney, Brandon Biggom, Adam Hines, Ken Schustei 
Kevin Troy, Brian Jordan, Pepe Pearson. Row three: Richard Wynn, Doug Torzewski, Otis Rutherford, Eero Linnj 
Lamonte Foster, Rick Cooper, Israel Jackson, Bryant Clark, John David, Steve Caldwell, Brian Vargo, Dave Hobsor 




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Richard Wynn clearing the hurdle in the 30 m high hurdles. 
Jamie Willett getting the baton from James Driscoll in the 2 
mile relay. 

Rick Cooper in the lead in the 30 m high hurdles. 
Brandon Biggom in the lead in the quarter mile. 






iockey, Row one: Ray Miller, Bryan Benak, Rob Miller, Mario Durant, Adam Codec, Joe Nosan. Row two: Coach Brent 
'iguera, Mike Mc Neill, Jeremy Wilson, Tony Verch, Tony Rozic, Wayne Arndt, Brent Mingle, Ben Mooney Row three: 
:oach Steve Jagr, Matt Lemieux, John Bechtel, Vince Lombardo, Mike Davis, Doug Zeman, Steve Tingley, Manager 
landy. Coach Forest Dixon 




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hockey team had a 








very successful 








season, finishing the 




1 season with a fine 9-1 


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league record, and capturing 




the division and sectional 




championships. Overall the 




Panthers finished with an 18- 


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8 record, with 3 of the loses 




coming at the tough St. 


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Edward tournament. Mike 




Mc Neill and Mario Durant 




led the team in scoring and 




were two of four All-Divi- 




sion players. Defensemen, 




Mike Davis and Ben 




Mooney also made the All- 




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-Ray Miller 








HOCKEY 




TEAM US THEM 




Jniversity 6 5 




3ar. Hts. 4 1 




Bay 5 3 




vl. Olmsted 3 5 




Sarfieid 2 5 




<ent 7 3 




VIentor 8 3 




Jylvania 5 3 




irie 10 4 




^ASJ 10 4 




M.Olmsted 1 7 




Galley Forge 6 1 




^ASJ 6 4 




Cent 5 3 




Garfield 6 3 




Erie Prep. 6 4 




Mentor 5 3 




:in. Moeller 4 2 




V^ASJ 6 2 




V'alley Forge 8 5 




5EAS. RECORD WON 18 LOST 8 




LEAG. RECORD WON 9 LOST 1 




LEAGUE FINISH First 





ioalie, Ray Miller, did an excellent job of keeping oppo- 
ents shots out of the net. 

iction in front of the Mentor goal was suppHed by Tony 
lozic and Mike Mc Neill. 



Matt Lemieux heading for the puck. 
Mario Durant celebrating after having 
scored a goal on Mentor. The Panthers 
went on to win the game 8-3. 



Hockey 



33 




The 1993 Lady Panthers 
volleyball team had a terrific 
season. The ladies won tlie 
G.C.C. conference with a record of 
10-0 and an overall record of 19-2. 
Under the leadership of Coach 
Wendy Sustin, the Pantherettes 
played together as a team to reach 
their goals. Their goal was to win 
the G.C.C, however, they took it a 
step further and played in the 
districts final match against Mentor. 
The ladies were defeated in that 
match but put up a good fight and 
gave themselves a great season. 
There was tremendous team spirit 
among the 13 varsity members. 
Strong support and playing time 
came iTom juniors Amy Hodder, 
Lindsay Freeman, Rachel Pierce 
and Stacie Giavan. Also, seniors 
Lillian Mazzei, Michelle Suchy, 
Sally Kohanski, Kristen Mihalic, 
Stacey Meden, Julianne Hadyk, 
Cecilia Miller, Co-captain Leann 
Uchbar and Co-captain Julie Di 
Bartolonieo contributed their 
strong effort and intensity through- 
out the season and in the tourna- 
ments. 

"Special awards were given to 
Cecilia Miller who was the team's 
middle hitter and the most im- 
proved player, setter Julianne 
Hadyk received the serving award 
with a 94% success. Kristen 
Mihalic received the Most Hustle 
award, Michelle Suchy received 
the Coaches award, Leann Uchbar 
received the offensive player award 
while Julie Di Bartolomeo 
received the Best Defensive player 
award. The Most Valuable Player 
award went to Stacey Meden who 
helped to carry the team throughout 
their great season, 

-Julie Di Bartolomeo 




Varsity Volleyball, Row one: Coach, Wendy Sustin, Stacey Meden, Kristen Mihalic, Stacie 
Giavan. Row two: Michelle Suchy, Julianne Hadyk, Rachel Pierce, Amy Hodder, Sally 
Kohanski. Row three: Lillian Mazzei, Cecilia Miller, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Leann Uchbar, 
Lindsay Freeman. 





Volleyball 



Cecilia Miller re- 
turning the serve. 



VARSITY VOLLEYBALL | 


TEAM 


US THEM 1 


Brunswick 


15,15 


10,6 


Nordonia 


6,15,15 


15,6,9 


Will. South 


15,16 


1,14 


Maple Hts. 


14,15,15 


16,5,8 


Lake Cath. 


15,11,15 


10,15,12 


Brush 


15,6,15 


6,15,11 


Bedford 


15,15 


2,4 


St. Joe Acad 


15,10,15 


1,15,9 


Mayfield 


6,15,15 


15,11,11 


East. North 


15,15 


0,10 


Shaker Hts. 


15,16 


10,14 


Will. South 


15,16 


5,14 


Glen Oak 


2,15,6 


15,7,15 


Maple Hts. 


15,18 


7,16 


Bedford 


15,15 


3,7 


Brush 


15,12,15 


5,15,13 


Mayfield 


15,0,15 


6,15,9 


East. North 


15,15 


3,8 


Mayfield 


15,15 


9,11 


Brush 


10,1,5,15 


15,12,12 


SEASON RECORD WON 19 LOST 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH: first 



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. VOLLEYBALL 


TEAM 


US THEM 


Brunswick 


15,15 


5,10 


Nordonia 


15,15 


8,8 


Will South 


13,15,15 


15,1,14 


Maple Hts. 


15,17 


12,15 


Lake Cath. 


13,15,16 


1,5,6,14 


Brush 


15,15 


13,12 


Bedford 


14,15,15 


16,4,4 


St. Joe Acad 


16,15,15 


18,13,7 


Mayfield 


6,15,15 


15,14,9 


East. North 


11,15,15 


15,11,15 


Rockv River 


15,11,15 


10,15,2 


Lakewood 


8,15,15 


15,7,5 


Shaker Hts, 


15,15 


3,4 


Will, South 


1,15,15 


15,5,2 


Glen Oak 


14,6 


16,15 


Maple Hts. 


15,13,15 


6,15,8 


Bedford 


9,15,15 


15,3,6 


Brush 


4,15,15 


15,10,9 


Mavfield 


15,2,15 


12,15,6 


East, North 


9,15,8 


15,6,15 


SEASON RECORD WON 17 LOST , 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 2 



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. V. Volleyball, Row one: Katie Mc Guinness, Allison FitzGerald, Lori Meden, Cherie Hinton, Lisa Pike. Row two: 
.auren Hadyk, Beckie Glavan, Megan Westphal, Missy Bonfiglio, Jessica Sas. Row three: Kelly Smith, Angela 
kliklavcic. Missy Koerber, Aileen Glowacki, Coach, Mrs. Kathy Mihalic. 



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Vic Redmond, Ann Feldkamp, Amy Salerno, Jeanette Rychlik. Row three: Christine Clark, Dawn 
khulz. Colleen Taylor, Coach, Pat Buck. 



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he Euclid Panthers boy's 
varsity basketball team 
had another successful 
season. The team ended 
up with a 12-8 record, 10-2 in 
the G.C.C. which gave them a 
tie for first place in the G.C.C. 
The leading scorers for the 
team were senior co-captains 
Sam Seawright, Bill 
Vuyancih and also sophomore 
Clayton Cunningham. 
Seniors Tim Banach and 
Steve Zahursky rounded out 
the starting line-up 

It was a record breaking 
season for Euclid's long time 
basketball Coach Doc 
Daugherty, who won his SOOth 
career game against the 
Bedford Bearcats on December 
28. That was probably the best 
game of the year for the 
Panthers, as they beat their 
talented G.C.C, rivals who 
ended up winning the G.C.C. 
The team played very well 
during the season considering 
this was the toughest schedule 
the Panthers had to face in 




seven years. They played very 
competitively against some of 
the best teams in the state 
including Stow, Cleveland 
Heights, St. Ignatius and 
Canton Mc Kinley. 

The Euclid Panthers Junior 
Varsity basketball team also 
enjoyed a very fine season. The 
team won the G.C.C. champi- 
onship with a 10-2 record and 
an overall record of 15-5. 
Coach Dennis Turkall enjoyed 
the tough competition and 
thought his team handled it 
very well. They beat Stow and 
St. Ignatius who were proven 
powerhouses. 

The freshmen basketball team 
also won the G.C.C. with a 
record of 1 2-2. They carried 
that momentum into the 
freshman tournament at South 
High School and won three 
straight games to take the tide. 
Coach Steve Marcu was 
impressed with the teams 
performance this year. 

-Mike Banach 



FRESH. 


BOY'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US THEM 


Maple Hts. 
Brush 


58 54 

59 39 


North 


68 29 


Bedford 


54 43 


Mayfield 
Shore 


55 19 
39 50 


South 


49 45 


Brush 


57 28 


North 


49 40 


Bedford 


50 36 


Mayfield 

Ridge 

South 


45 30 
33 42 
66 41 


SEAS. RECORD WON 11 LOST 2 




Boy's Basketball 



VARSITY BOY'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Ign. 
Cleve. Hts. 


60 
66 


76 

75 


Maple Hts. 
Brush 


56 
60 


53 
49 


East 


78 


61 


North 


76 


62 


Bedford 


69 


67 


Mass. Wash 


66 


74 


Mayfield 
Kenston 


78 
78 


61 
63 


South 


71 


45 


Maple Hts. 
Brush 


87 
62 


50 
67 


North 


63 


53 


Stow 


87 


108 


Bedford 


50 


61 


Mayfield 
Mentor 


67 
72 


52 
75 


C. McKtnley 
South 


65 
78 


84 
52 


SEAS. RECORD WON 12 LOST 8 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH First(Tie) 



J. V. BOY'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


St. Ign. 


61 


39 


Cleve. Hts. 


54 


70 


Maple Hts. 


41 


38 


Brush 


58 


54 


East 


59 


40 


North 


47 


24 


Bedford 


41 


42 


Mass. Wash 


39 


53 


Mayfield 


47 


51 


Kenston 


64 


38 


South 


44 


43 


Maple Hts. 


59 


44 


Brush 


54 


50 


North 


59 


47 


Stow 


53 


48 


Bedford 


45 


42 


Mavfield 


54 


38 


Mentor 


48 


35 


C. McKinley 


48 


64 


South 


58 


57 


SEAS. RECORD WON 15 LOST 5 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 10 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH First 



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Steve Zahursky, Irwin Dillard and 
Brian Kelly look to the ball after the 
rebound went back behind them. 
Bill Vuyancih and Steve Zahursky 
waiting to get the ball when the ball is 
passed in. 

De Juan Goulde picks up the ball 
among a crowd of other players in 
order to get it into play. 








Varsity Boy's Basketball, Row one Hannah 

Davis, Ryan Campbell, Lisa Primosch, Tami 

Schultz, Stacie Glavan, Nikkl Christides, Row 

two: Coach, Steve Marcu, Darnea Mc Kinney, 

Sam Seaiviight, Brian Kelly, Chris Kletecka, 

Vlike 13anat"h, lim Banacli, Kevin Bremer, 

Row llirt'c: Coinii Doc Daiigherty, Jim Zdesar, 

Nate Randall, Bill Vuyancih, Steve Zahuisky, 

Lawrence Taylor, Antoine Dillard, Aaron 

Boyce, Clayton Cunningham, Coach, Dennis 

Turkall. 



J.V. Boy's Basketball, Row one: Hannah 

Davis, Ryan Campbell, Stacie Glavan, 

Nikki Christides. Row two: Igor Sugar, 

Chad Shuskcy, Peter Thomas, Dominic 

Dalla Riva, Brandon Ashley, Joe Zdesar, 

John Mc Clain Row three: Johnathan 

Hartshorn, Deleonte Brown, Scott Granito, 

Jeff Grundinan, Omar Coles, Paul Pavicic, 

De Juan Goulde, Robert Edmonds, Derrick 

Rcsprcss, Coach, Dennis Turkall 



Freshman Boy's Basketball, Kow one: Romei 1 

Stanton, Tony Harris, Corey Callahan, 

Darnell Clark, Chris Campbell, Katie Baioni, 

Jennifer David. Row two: Mike Litwinowic/, 

Leonard Wilkerson, Tim Long, Andre Mc 

Michael, Otis Rutherford, Colvey Martin 

Row three: Brian Gecewich, Kevin Evans, 

Eric Lassiter, Rashun Wilson, Montie 

Wright, Monroe Hillsman, Lonnie Simpson, 

Patrick Welsh. Row four: t oach. Stove 

Marcu, Femandes Johnson, Brian Kovalch, 

Tyrone Sammons, Leo Nosse, Maurice 

Harris, Shannon Dorsey, Simeon Bode, 

Mike Melanic, Larry Banks 





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VarsiU' Girl's Basketball, Row one: Jennifer Hall, Margie Mihalic, Stacy 
Meden, Kristen Mihalic, Tomeka White. Row two: Katie Mc Guinness, 
Lynette Perry, Kim Sumpter, Angela Miklavcic, Kelly Smith, Coach, Roy 
Pignatiello. 

Kelly Smith getting 
action under the 
basket. 





J.V. Girl's Basketball, Row one: Cory Watson, Cherie Hinton, Lisa Pike, 
Sharon HoUis. Row two: Katie Mc Guinness, Katie Bauer, Nicole Freeman, 
Nancy Pekol, Lori Meden. 





Girl's Basketball Statisticians and Train- 
ers: Missy Bonfiglio, Beckie Glavan, Katie 
Mc Guinness. 





Freshman Girl's Basketball, Row one: Tameo 
Mosely, Dana Vance, Racliel Short, Angela Suchy, 
Marie Negolfka. Row two: Debbie Manzo, Col- 
leen Taylor, Monica Martin, Alisa Ryan, Kristin 
Samsa, Katie Ross. Row three: Coach Sue Drienka, 
Ebonie Lane, Olivia Penn, Jamie Greskowiak, 
Stacie Lesefky, Latresha Baron, Veronica Mc 
Graw, Carmekia Harris, Kelly Echols. 



Girl's Basketball 



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he Euclid girl's basketball 
team again had a rough 
season. Although theyj^^ VV' 
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for at the beginning of 
the season. Even though the 
team had some good players, it 
did not have enough talent and 
good shooters to score the 
points necessary to win games. 
Rebounding was often a 
problem so the panthers were 
not able to get off a second shot. 
Tlie girls did have some good 
games and some of the players 
were able to score a lot of 
points. The team lost some very 
good seniors but the J. V. team 
finished with a 14-6 record so 
there should be some good 
players coming up to the varsity 
in the futiue. Tlie teams were 
coached by Roy Pignatiello and 
Sue Drienka. 




Stacy Meden setting up to take a foul 
shot. 




FRESH. GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Brush 


30 


16 


Beauraont 


35 


40 


North 


37 


27 


Mayfield 

Ridge 

South 


32 
36 
30 


49 

27 
38 


St. Joe Acad 


31 


43 


Brush 


43 


48 


North 


33 


34 


Mayfield 
Ridge 


36 
51 


45 
43 


South 


30 


41 


Solon 


32 


31 


SEAS. RECORD WON 5 LOST 8 



Kristen Mihalic goes in for a layup 
against Lake Catholic. 



Girl's Basketball 



VARSITY GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US THEM 


Lakewood 


25 47 


Lake Cath. 


62 37 


Mentor 


48 55 


South 


66 49 


Maple Hts. 57 33 
West Geauga 45 63 
Brush 57 61 


North 


56 74 


Bedford 


41 56 WSM 


Beaumont 


51 52 mni 


Mayfield 
South 


53 72 WKM 
73 52 VHI 


East 


41 54 


Maple Hts. 
Regma 


43 40 
68 33 


Brush 


44 58 


North 


37 83 


Bedford 


41 56 


Cleve. Hts 


54 75 


Mayfield 53 70 

SEAS. RECORD WON 7 LOST 13 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 7 



J. V. GIRL'S BASKETBALL 


TEAM 


US THEM 


Lakewood 


44 48 


Lake Cath. 


27 23 


Mentor 


31 39 


South 


30 28 


Maple Hts. 41 16 
West Geauga 38 34 
Brush 27 20 


North 


34 39 


Bedford 


50 36 


Beaumont 


32 27 


: Mayfield 
South 


42 40 
36 38 


East 


55 7 


Maple Hts. 
Regina 


29 8 
47 24 


Brush 


27 23 


North 


27 28 


Bedford 


50 36 


Cleve. Hts 


28 31 


Mayfield 49 37 

SEAS. RECORD WON 14 LOST 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 8 LOST ' 








Katie Bauer takes a shot from the 

outside. 

Stacy Meden pulls down a rebound 

while Kelly Smith and Kim Sumpter 

get into position to help. 

Margy Mihalic surveys the defense in 

trying to find someone to pass the ball 

to. 

Kelly Smith takes a clean shot at the 

basket. 



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jisten Mihalic celebrates after hav- 

ig make a shot while Angela 

liklavcic and Stacy Meden look on. 

lonica Martin jumps high to get a 

lear shot at the basket during the Brush 

ame. 

ennifer Hall drives in for a layup 

gainst Lake Catholic. 

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Angela Miklavcic 
rushes to get into 
position for a re- 
hound. 



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The 1993 Varsity Girls' 
Tennis Team slammed 
into action this year 
and tied for second place in 
the G.C.C. by playing their 
best tennis ever. Seniors 
leading the team were: singles 
player Helena Oroz (4-year 
letter) and Erin Smith (Most 
Valuable Player), and doubles 
partners Lisa Steele and 
Tracy Boyarsky (Most 
Improved Players). Returning 
underclassmen were juniors 
Wendy Lapuh serving it up 
at single and the dynamic duo 
of Janeen Miklowski and 
Leah Walczak. Coming up 
from J.V. for a little varsity 
action was the doubles team 
of Mariana Oroz and Angela 
Meros. Miklowski and 
Walczak led the team with a 
personal record of 7-3. While 
their record didn't show it. the 
girls put into play Coach Pete 
Swope's motto of the 3 C's: 
control, command and 
confidence. Plagued witli 
illnesses, the girls played for 
every point often losing by 
only one game or in three sets. 
With Lapuh, Oroz, Mik- 
lowski and Walczak return- 
ing, next year's team should 
be strong contenders, while 
Mrs. Cheryl Schossler's 
J.V.'s will battle for opening 
spots. 






-Tracy Boyarsky 




Tennis, Row one: Theresa Parey, Wendy Lapuh, Katie Bauer, Erin Smith, Veronica Radolovic, Cathy Gibbons. Row twc 
Helena Oroz, Marina Corleto, Melissa Geiger, Angela Meros, Kristina Geiger, Coach Cheryl Schossler. Row three 
Kristi Zevnik, Mariana Oroz, Janeen Miklowski, Jennifer Hrovat, Tracy Boyarsky, Coach Pete Swope. 



GIRL'S TENNIS | 


TEAM US 


THEM 


Geneva 





5 


P. Harvey 
East. North 


4 

5 


1 



N.D.C.L. 


2 


3 


Mayfield 
Wm. South 


2 

3 


3 

2 


Beaumont 


1 


4- 


Twinsburg 
Brush 


3 



2 

5' 


St. Joseph 
Andrews 



2 


5 
3 


W. Geauga 





5 


Aurora 





5 


Lake. Cath. 





4 


Chagrin Falls! 4 

SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST H 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 2 


LEAGUE FINISH: second 




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First singles, Helena Oroz, showing 
her concentration while keeping her 
eye on the ball during one of her 
matches. 



Angela Meros showing the determi 
nation that it takes to be able to get th 
ball back. 



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ping the ball up onto 
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/< »^ golf team improved from their X-^ 
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^K the lowest average during the season. Other /^ 

/V consistent starters on the team included seniors ^ 

/y^ Brian Vargo and Brian Tomazic, junior Aaron Boyce / 
VV and sophomores Joe Bojc and Mike Mukavetz. Also O/ ^" 

/yV contributing during the season were seniors Matt Lemieux, S^ a."v 

r \r Tony Sustarsic and Mike Walczak and freshmen Adam Ayer, <Wvy 

nX, Kevin Evans and Tim Fogarty. With many underclassmen returning 
Q'' next year, the team should continue to improve. 
-Mike Walczak 






Brian Tomazic 

putting. 

Matt Lemieux 

practicing teeing 

off. 

Aaron Boyce 

chipping onto the 

green. 



VARSITY GOLF | 


TEAM 


US THEM 1 


East. North 


166 


160 


Brush 


184 


158 


Mayfield 
Maple Hts. 
Bedford 


192 
169 
183 


165 
202 
166 


Will. South 


167 


169 


Brush 


169 


153 


East. North 


171 


172 


Mayfield 
Maple Hts. 
Bedford 


183 
184 
156 


165 
200 
166 


Will. South 


176 


169 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 7 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 7 



Bud White lifting the ball up onto 
the green. 



Golf Team, Row one: Coach Bob Ramlow, Tim Fogarty, Mike Doyle, Adam Ayer. Row two: Kevin 
Evans, Matt Lemieux, Mike Mukavetz, Chris White. Row three: Joe Bojc, Matt Baker, Mike Walczak, 
Tony Sustarsic. Row four: Richard Gentile, Brian Vargo, Aaron Boyce, Brian Tomazic, James Price 








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I he men's swim team, led 
by co-captains Tony 
Hren and Kyle Bush, 
jumped from the cellar to 
the ceiling by going from 
last place in 1993 to G.C.C. 
Champions in 1994. Tliere was 
much help from the up and 
coming freshinen Scott 
Simmons and Rich Belanich as 
well as the reliable finishes 
from upperclassmen Mike 
Swyt, Jim Belanich, Kyle Bush 
and Tony Hren. Also essential 
to the team's victory this year 
was the diving team led by 
Ralph Cosiano, Mike Tomsic 
and Donald Dawson. 
-Tony Hren (Co-captain) 




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Boy's Swimming, Row one; Fritz Streiff, Steve Barrett, Take P. Obeng, Greg Simmons, Scott Simmons, Tim De Wir 
Row two: Coach Lou Davis, Tony Hren, Captain, Michael Tomsic, Mike Swyt, Donald Dawson, Joe Bailey, Jim Bo 
Tom Walker, Jim Coleman. 



Kate Bechtel working hard durmg the 
breast stroke. 




Donald Dawson was one of the boy's 
divers who showed much improve- 
ment during the season. 



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Swimming 



Tony Hren and Tom Walker dive nito the pool while 
Greg Simmons takes off from the wall at the beginning of 

their races. 
Kari Wallette stroking along in the backstroke. 




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iris Swimming, Row one: Brenda Moyer, Mandy Mc Peek, Jennifer Waina, Megan Westphal, Kelly Meyer, Kate 
echtel. Row two: Kari Wallette, Becky Hren, Kristine Perry, Casey Mc Redmond, Nicole Schumer, Marianne Wilson, 
jrah-Irene Nehrig. Row three: Deanna Lauver, Katie Walker, Lauren Hadyk, Mary Wolf, Allison Fredrick, Meryann 
ruketa, Julie Di Bartolomeo, Kristina Geiger, Coach Mrs. Joan Bush. 




The 1993-94 lady panthers 
swim team had a tremendous 
season. Under the determina- 
tion of Coach Joan Bush, the 
ladies clawed their way to the top of 
the G.C.C. with an overall record of 
12-2 and a conference record of 5-0. 
Tlie ladies also soimdly beat all of 
the teams at the Berea Relays and 
brought home a first place trophy. 
Senior swim team Captains Julie Di 
Bartolomeo and Kelly Moyer and 
Junior Captain Meryann Bruketa 
helped guide the swimmers to 
victory. The team had a lot of depth 
including juniors, sophomores and 
freshmen. 

Highlights of the G.C.C. meet were 
Mary Wolf winning the 50 and 100 
freestyle, Meryann Bruketa, Mary 
Wolf, Maryaim Wilson and Nicole 
Schumer stealing first in the 200 
Medley Relay and Jennifer Waina, 
Meryann Bruketa, Nicole Schumer 
and Mary Wolf dominating the 200 
Freestyle Relay. 

Tlie lady divers also had a great 
season. Trisha O'Hara, Shona Mc 
Cune and Megan Westphal helped 
to lead the swimmers to their victory 
in the G.C.C. 

-Julie Di Bartolomeo 

Julie Di Bartolomeo dives into the 
water at the beginning of her race. 



GIRL'S SWIMMING 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Madison 


135 


51 


Berea 


50 


43 


Beaumont 


119 


71 


H. Brown 


109 


108 


Tallawanda 


109 


107 


Fairview 


151 


41 


Riverside 


69 


21 


South 


70 


19 


Mentor 


77 


101 


Brush 


95 


91 


Mayfield Hts.129 
Bay Village 89 
Bedford 117 


62 
98 
74 


Maple Hts. 


155 


51 



SEAS. RECORD WON 12 LOST 2 
G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 
LEAGUE FINISH First 



Trisha O'Hara and 
Megan Westphal 

giving an excellent 
performance during 
the diving part. 



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The boy's cross country 
team had a one-in-a- 
million year. They 
went undefeated in dual meets 
and became G.C.C. champs. 
At the beginning of the season 
it looked as if they would 
finish in the middle of the 
pack. As October approached, 
however, things changed and 
the team began finishing in 
the front. Leading the team 
was G.C.C. MVP senior Pat 
Carney and returning 
letterman junior Ken 
Schuster. 4-year letterman 
Phil Baioni and Tim Carney 
took over the 3rd and 4th 
spots to help tremendously in 
all the meets. Suiprisingly, 
two freshmen, Adam Hines 
and Paul Glowacki also put 
forth great effoits to help the 
team go on to become District 
champs. Ken Schuster 
qualified for the state meet 
where he broke the school 
record by 27 seconds, 
finishing 30th. Adam Hines 
was the fastest freshman in the 
conference finishing 17th. The 
team was coached by Mr. 
Tom Halbedel. Things look 
good for the future since 5 out 
of the top 8 nmners should be 
back next year. 

-Ken Schuster 

Senior, Pat Carney and junior. Ken 
Schuster were the usual first and 
second place finishers for the boy's 
team. Ken will bring much experi- 
ence to next year's team. 




Boy's Cross Country, Row one: Tim Carney, Grady Buhaley, Phil Baioni, Derek Stanic, Paul Glowacki. Row two: Pat 
Carney, Ken Schuster, Erik Zuno, Adam Hines, Coach Tom Halbedel. 





Cross Country 



Tim Carney and Phil Baioni were strong 
members of the boy's team. Phil was a four 
year member while Tim was only a sopho- 
more and has much time to improve. 



BOY'S CROSS COUNTRY 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Cha. Falls 


26 


31 


Garfield Hts 


.18 


43 


Shaw 


17 


48 


V.A.S.J. 


18 


43 


W. Geauga 


19 


41 


Mavfield 


25 


30 


Maple Hts. 


23 


35 


Will. South 


23 


35 


Bedford 


18 


43 


Brush 


27 


28 


East. North 


23 


34 


Walsh Invit. 




8/16 


Boardman 




14/22 


Malone 




22/32 


University 




3/16 


Coaches Classic 1/12 


G.C.C. 




1/7 


Sim Earich 




5/12 


District 




1/12 


Regional 




9/58 


SEASON RECORD WON 11 LOST 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 6 LOST 


LEAGUE FINISH: first 



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The girl's cross country 
team worked hard aJl 
season and compiled a 
dual meet record of 4-7 overall i 
and 2-4 in the G.C.C. This ' 
enabled them to finish in a tie 
for fourth place in the G.C.C. 
in dual meets. They finished 
fourth at the conference meet. - 
The girls all worked hard to 
reach personal goals and 
everyone improved as the 
season progressed. The team 
was coached by Mr. Dick 
York who said that "Things 
should look good for the future 
since all the girls will be 
returning". 

-Kris Eminger 



Margaret Good, Megan Osterman 

iirl's Cross Country, Row one: Megan Ostennan, Kathleen Graham, Kari Wallette. Row two: Mary Dacar, Meg ^"^ ^"^ Eminger worked hard to 
/olchko, Jamie Smialek, Marie Salupo. Row three: Karnita Malone, Margaret Good, Carolyn Gudaitis, Irma Peredne, improve their tnnes throughout the 
>is Eminger, Coach Mr. Dick York. season. 



GIRL'S CROSS COUNTRY 


rEAM 


US 


THEM 


Iha. Falls 


40 


18 


jarfield Hts. 28 


27 


)haw 


15 


50 


/.A.S.J, 


24 


33 


V. Geauga 


34 


21 


i4ayfield 


43 


17 


i4aple Hts. 


19 


42 


ViU. South 


49 


15 


Jedford 


21 


36 


Jrush 


29 


26 


last. North 


43 


18 


Valsh Tomahawk 


8/8 


5oardman 




21/22 


4alone 




20/24 


Jniversity 




8/12 


loaches Classic 


8/19 


:^.c.c. 




4/7 


jim Earich 




8/11 


district 




6/11 


jrand Finale 


2/3 


SEASON RECORD WON 4 LOST 7 


:;.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 4 


.EAGUE FINISH: fourth (tie) 




Kari Wallette and Marie Salupo wi 
be back next year for the girl's team. 



Cross Country 



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The cheerleaders had a 
lot to cheer about 
during the 1993 
football season. The team had 
a great year and spirits were 
high. In preparation, the 
squads attended Cheerleading 
Camp at the University of 
Aki'on, where they improved 
old skills and learned new 
material for the upcoming 
season. The cheerleaders spent 
countless hours painting signs 
for the school and stadium, 
decorating the players' houses 
and locker room, and creating 
the giant run through signs for 
the games. Through unpredict- 
able weather conditions, the 
cheerleaders, led by captains 
Abby Ayer and Carrie White, 
cheered the Panthers through 
an undefeated regulai- season 
to the Division I finals in the 
playoffs. The adviser for the 
cheerleaders was Mrs. Bonnie 
Smith. 

-Carrie White 



Varsity Football Cheerleaders, Row one: 
Ebony Taylor, Liesel Sacko. Row two: 
Rashanda Lockett, Bekki Sakatch, Kim 
Schultz. Row three: Adviser, Mrs. Bonnie 
Smith, Melanie Shippitka, Carrie White, 
Abby Ayer, Renee Thomas, Kim Schoval. 





Ebony Taylor really jumps high for her team at the Shaw playoff game. 




Cheerleaders 



J.V. Football Cheerleaders, Row one: Tricia O'Hara, Shona Mc Cunt 
Christina Fabert. Row two: Gina Phillips, Sharon HoUis, Kristina Geigej 




Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Carrie White, Becky Sakatch, Kyle 
Russ, Abby Ayer. Row two: Adviser, Mrs. Bonnie Smith, Renee Thomas, Gina 
Zeman, Wendy Lapuh. Not pictured. Ebony Taylor. 

J.V. Basketball Cheerleaders, Row one: Jaina Blackford, Dana Finotti, Megan 
Orazen. Row two: Pamela Jordan, Paula Sustarsic. Row three: Adviser, Mary 
Krafcheck, Nikki Barbis, Laura Fifolt, Kim Petrik. 




Freshman 
Basketball 
Cheerleaders, 
Row one: 
Natalie Mc 
Gill. Row 
two: Eliza- 
beth Domin, 
Emily Bode, 
Katie 
Sierputowski. 
Row three: 
Coach Becky 
Remarczyk, 
Michelle Fox, 
Erin 
Montgomery, 
Melissa 
Hoppert. 



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Cheerleaders 



49 




There are many activities that students at Euclid 
can participate in if they have the desire. Some 
groups meet during the school day, others after 
school and still others meet in the evening. Whatever a 
student's mterests ai*e. there is usually a group that the 
student can belong to and find companionship. 



Cheerleaders, Kim 

Schoval, Carrie 

White, Ebony Taylor, 

Renee Thomas, Abby 

Ayer, Liesel Sacko, 

Bekki Sakatch, 

Rashanda Lockett and 

Kim Schultz are very 

much involved in the 

activities at Euclid. 



Samuel Seawright 

was one of the 

morning announcers 

that transmitted the 

daily information to 

the homerooms. 




jlanie Shippitka was an energetic 
person who was involved in many 
ferent activities at Euclid. She was 
J Varsity football cheerleader who 
iforked very hard to get the crowd 
involved in the games. 





Heather Perusek 
and Jennifer Hall 

were members of the 
Flag Corps and en- 
joyed entertaining 
thespectatorsduring 
thehalf-timeceremo- 
nies. 



Many students en- 
joyed working on 
the Survey. Mr. Rick 
Wherley was the 
adviser who is 
shown discussing 
what will be hap- 
pening with the Sur- 
vey to interested stu- 
dents. 



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Activities Divider 



51 




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ollowing the fury of 
the marching band 
h season, the band 
j^J settled in and re- 
■H hearsed as the 
Symphonic Concert Band. The 
band was comprised of more 
than 70 musicians, and re- 
hearsed every day 4th period. 
The Band had five major 
performances throughout the 
yeai". The first was a joint 
concert in Januaiy with the 
Hillcrest Concert Band, at which 
the most talented Euclid 
musicians performed with the 
outstanding group. In March, the 
Symphonic Concert Band 
attended the Ohio Music 
Education Association (OMEA) 
large ensemble contest and 
received a state rating. They 
rounded out the year with a 
Winter Concert, a Spring 
Concert and the All-City 
concert. On a singular basis, 
many students fonned chamber 
groups or went as individuals to 
the OMEA Solo and Ensemble 
Contest. Some also performed in 
outside groups in addition to the 
Symphonic Concert Band. The 
group was directed by Miss 
Diane Tizzano. 

-Marty Witczak 

(Band President) 




Symphonic Concert Band, Row one. Rashaun Mc Dougal, Denise Witten, Alana Roberts, Rachel Zielinski, Mandy 
Siplock, Katie Bauer, Laura Dengel, Cassandra Jones, Pierre Bayenet, Karen Gezann, Paula Good. Row two: Nat£ 
Marron, Michael Tomsic, Tim Carney, Beth Weinbrecht, Danielle Calabrese, Richard Landsmann, Paula Rees, Patt 
Sheck, Tammi Vicic, Marsha Appling, Gwen Wurm, Ben Mooney, Mike Waltermire, Tim Zorman. Row three: Adarr 
Van Ho, Travis Reid, Dave Dickard, Robin Lausche, Todd Lapp, Stephanie Di Biase, Heidi Fuhrman, Lyle Steelman 
Todd Vicic, Carlos Gillyard, Kevin Carlson, Jim Coleman, Tony Hren, Lemuel Gardner. Row four: Marc Stauffer 
Brenda Smith, Kevin Ketchum, Robert Latsch, David Tisi, Andy Thompson, Marty Witczak, Carrie Sharp, Douj 
Grisard, Jason Samsa. Row five: Wardell Whittington, Mike Litwinowicz, Tim Mazurik, Christina Smith, Mik( 
Guarnieri, Stacia Ketchum, Jamel Lawrence, Omar Coles, Jeff Granito, Dragen Tolo, Don Miller, Steve Gast, Josl 
Freeh. 





Band 



Gwen Wurm, Ben Mooney, Mike Waltermire and Tim 

Zorman, and 
Angie Gudaitis, Aileen Glowacki and Gilbert Taylor 

practicing hard for their performances. 



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chestra. Row one: Gilbert Taylor, Carissa Scott, Katrina Murphy, Carolyn Gudaitis, Aileen Glowacki, Paul 
owacki, Amanda Edsall. Row t^vo: Carrie Sharp, Angle Gudaitis, Tara Day, Beth Blatnik, Margaret Good, Tiffany 
cks, Cathy Gibbons, Trina Sharpe, Melanie Reed, Ailia Crawford, Bridgette Atlas, Debbie Bush. 



he Euclid High School 
Orchestra had one of its 
reatest and most 
productive years ever 
under the direction of Mrs. Lisa 
Cheshier. Tlie orchestra was 
challenged with many new 
styles and a higher level of 
music. This year the group 
played its normal schedule of 
concerts at the school, but went 
above and beyond by playing 
with the Euclid Civic Orchestra 
and giving a Christmas perfor- 
mance at the I-X Center. The 
orchestra also went to 
Washington D. C. to play in the 
Heritage Festival, a great 
achievement for them. All in all, 
it was a very successful year for 
everyone involved. 
-Angie Gudaitis 





Bridgette Atlas on her harp and Khristina Deskins and Amanda Edsall watch 
orchestra director Mrs. Lisa Cheshier for directions. 



Orchestra 



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The 1993-94 Euclid 
Panther Marching 
Band, under the 
direction of Miss Diane 
Tizzano and Mr. Joel Sarich, 
had a busy and productive 
year. Tlie band began its year 
with band camp in August, 
where the basics were learned 
and new friends made. The 
band performed at all varsity 
football games and pep rallies 
and provide halftime enjoy- 
ment for the audience. In 
addition, the band performed 
at the Bay Village Marching 
Band Festival the G.C.C. 
Marching Band Festival, the 
Woolybear Parade, the AFL- 
CIO parade, and the 
Brasnwick Marching Band 
spectacular. 

The band's year climaxed 
with the continuation of the 
tradition of an out-of-state 
trip. In April the band 
traveled to Washington D.C. 
to perform in the Cherry 
Blossom Festival Parade. The 
band participated in many 
fund-raising activities to help 
pay for their trip. 

The band was directed by 
Senior Field Commander 
Adam Van Ho and Junior 
Field Commander Karen 
Gezann. 

-Marty Witczak (Band 
President) 



Flag Corps member, Amy Barber, 

performs behind band member. 

Josh Freeh, at a game. 











Marty Witczak, Lyle Steelman, Todd Vicic and Marsha Appling standing a 
attention during one of their half-time performances. 

Adam Van Ho was the Senior Field Commander for the Marching Band. 





Marching Band 



Heidi Fuhrman and Patty Sheck showing their allegiance to the class of '9' 
during the half-time ceremony of the last home game against South. 




jrching Band, Row one: Director, Ms. Diane Tizzano, Mary Kunes, David Giancola, Stacia Ketchum, Jamel Lawrence, Josh Freeh, Casey Kleckner, Joe Totnino, 
iristina Smith, Jeff Granito, Jason Samsa, Paula Sustarsic, Director, Mr. Joel Sarich. Row two: Kevin Carlson, Elaine Smith, Todd Lapp, Todd Vicic, Lyle 
;elman, Marty Witczak, Heidi Fuhrman, Robin Lausche, Stephanie Di Biase, David Dickard. Row three: Tony Hren, Mike Tomsic, Joe Dula, Jim Coleman, 
muel Gardner, Mike Waltermire, Tim Zorman, Katie Bauer, David Tisi. Row four: Amy Repko, Andy Thompson, Brenda Smith, Ben Mooney, Nate Marron, 
m Carney, Danielle Calabrese, Beth Weinbrecht, Robert Latsch, Kevin Ketchum, Stefanie Brown. Row five: Tammi Vicic, Regie George, Rich Landsmann, 
ichel Zielinski, Pierre Bayenet, Paula Good, Sonya Janezic. Row six: Heather Scaife, Patty Sheck, Alana Roberts, Mandy Siplock, Laura Dengel, Paula Rees, 
iny Mc Creight, Cindy Sustarsic, Karen Gezann. Row seven: Adam Van Ho, Carrie Sharp, Chris Puglia, Heather Mulhall, Ariana Best, Kisha Jones, Elizabeth 
alters. Amy Barber, Tara Van Ho, Heather Perusek, Doug Grisard. 





Marching Band members lined up on the field before the football players are introduced 

Mayor David Lynch meets 
with band directors, Ms. 
Diane Tizzano and Mr. Joel 
Sarich before the first football 
game. 



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The 1993 Euclid Flag 
Coips started off with a 
bang. New uniforms, 
an ahnost newly replaced 
squad and a new director, Ms. 
Cindy Sustarsic, set a strong 
foundation for the corps. The 
corps had three new captains: 
Elizabeth Walters, captain, 
Kislia Jones and Amy 
Barber, co-captains. They had 
a great season including 12 
football games, the Labor Day 
Parade, the G.C.C. Band 
Festival at South High School, 
the Bay Village Band Festival, 
the Brunswick Band Competi- 
tion and the spirit lifting pep 
rallies. The corps practiced 
everyday for games and 
parades in the auditorium and 
outside 4-5 periods, after 
school Monday - Thursday. 
They left with the Marching 
Band to strut their stuff in 
Washington D. C. from April 
7-10. To help pay for their trip, 
they had many fund-raisers 
including a citrus sale, a candy 
sale and giftwrapping at Euclid 
Square Mall during the holiday 
season. They are always 
looking for more people who 
would like to be members. 
-Amy Barber (Co- 
captain) 




Fldg Corps, Row one: Amy Barber, Beth Walters, Kisha Jones Row two: Chris Puglia, Tara Van Ho, Ariana Best, Heather 
Perusek, Heather Mulhall. 



Kisha Jones, Elizabeth Walters and Amy Barber showing off their kick 

during a dance routine. 
Amy Barber, Elizabeth Walters and Paula Sustarsic along the sidelines 

watching the other team's band perform. 
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Amy Repko twirling her hdton during the 

performance. 

Heather Perusek dancing with the rest of 

the band. 



This year's majorette .squad consisted of six girls. They were 
led by captains Mary Kunes and Paula Sustarsic. The 
girls started their season by going to camp at Ashland 
College. They were voted "Most Improved". They performed at all 
the football games and all the activities that the Flag Corps 
participated in. In April the majorettes traveled to Washing D. C. 
with the Marching Band and performed in the Cherry Blossom 
Festival. 

-Mary Kunes (Co-captain) 




Mary Kunes dancing 
along with the band dur- 
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wood game. 
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rest of the band before 
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hetherHren wis 
wailing on his 'axe' or 
Stauffer was doing 
some improv on his 
'bone' or Carrie was keeping 
beat on her 'bass' the Jazz Band 
relentlessly played. Yes, East 
222nd Street Jazz was back, 
better than ever. They had 
several concerts and guest 
appearances throughout the 
year, including performances at 
two of the most prestigious jazz 
festivals in Ohio, the Lakeland 
JazzFest and the Tri-C 
JazzFest. All in all, East 222nd 
Street Jazz really kicked-well, 
they had a good year. The 
group was again directed by 
Ms. Diane Tizzano. 
-Marty Witczak 




East 222nd St. Jazz Btind, Row one: Doug Grisard, Joe Dula, Mike Waltermire, Tim Zorman, Tony Hren, Michael Tomsic. 
Row two: Marc Stauffer, Robert Latsch, Josh Freeh, Joe Tomino, Marty Witczak. Row three: Adviser Ms. Diane Tizzano, 
Carrie Sharp, Lyle Steelman, Jim Coleman, Todd Vicic, Heidi Fuhrman. 





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Tony Hren performs at the Winter 
Concert while Joe Tomino, Marc 
Stauffer, Heidi Fuhrman, Robert 
Latsch and Marly Witczak practice 
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rsity Chorale, Row one: Chris Di Biase, Andre Mc Michael. Row two: Jason Edwardsen, Sara Kuhen, Amy 
jndrickson, Greg Simmons. Row three: Fritz Streiff, Kim Schoval, Tory Doles, Heather Kinison, Nicole Genovese, 
;onna Ivey, Cory Watson, Maggie Dane, Tara Day, Darlene Baird, Joe Strunk. Row four: Ben Carroll, Scott Granito, 
sve Caldwell, Tilden Humphery. 



'arsity Chorale was flH 
again under the mM 
direction of Ken fl 
Ferlito and Bea 
Grushcow. It consisted of 
students who had to learn lyrics 
and motions to go along with 
songs. There were many songs 
that had to be learned for the 
many performances that the 
Varsity Chorale made through- 
out the year. Performances 
began in December when they 
got their uniforms. They had 
several shows in the Euclid 
area before their traditional 
Winter Concert at the high 
school before winter break. 
During the spring they went on 
their annual trip with the rest of 
the band. 

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appreciates what Mr. Ken Ferlito has 
done for the Varsity Chorale. 



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oices of New Life choir 
has been in existence 
for two years. Mr. 
Michael Peterson has 

been the director for both years 
and said that this year the 
"group is more dedicated, and 
they are a very good choir". 
They were more active than in 
their first year. They were in a 
concert with the Jazz Band 
before winter vacation and co- 
sponsored a dance at the 
beginning of the year and co- 
sponsored the Fashion Show. 
They performed at the Mayfield 
Center and put on a show in 
February in conjunction with 
Black History Month. They also 
perfomred community work 
throughout the year. 




Voices of New Life, Row one: Tanisha Blackwell, Kim Schoval, Ebony Taylor, Aaron Hudson, Jewell Hagood, Latric 
Hollins, Tiyona Forte, Yolanda Cummings. Row two: Tanisha Williams, Doraja Lake, Jacinda Stewart, Patricl 
Chatman, Ameenah Rasheed, Marquita Lesure, La Gina White, Andrea Williams, Melaney Gilliam, Florence Hortor 
Will Jones. Row three: Tamerah Williams, Alia Crawford, Rikole Clark, Narieka Lewis, Rashanda Lockett. Row foui 
La Tasha Gibbs, Michelle Price, Latoria Ware, Nikki Collins, Lynnette Perry, Theresa Poindexter, Devante Swair 
Frank Lewis, Cherese Rocquemore. Row five: Rokita Riddle, Rosalind Robinson, Colleen Longshaw, Melissa Gormar 
Bob Drotleff, Andre Mc Michael, Robyn Gildersleeve, Charmayne Lloyd, Kacie Ray, Mike Montgomery. 




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before the meeting begins. 




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loral Masters, Row one: Directors, Ken Ferlito, Bea Grushcow, Stephen Wise, Steve Caldwell, Joe Bailey, Craig Hillier, 
imian Grayes, Mike Houle, Jewell Hagood, Lisa Primosch, Aretha Pritchard Ro^v two: Caroline Jackson, Karen 
)llar, Julie Dacar, Carrie Howell, Mary Kiral, Bridgefte Atlas, Jaime Wakkila, Maryann Christopher, Robert Perry, 
lie Brown, Michael Copley, Sandra Johnson, Lisa lannetta, Liz Muzinic, Lynnette Mitchell, Kesha Dudley, Tomika 
lU, Rashida Range, Angel Duncan. Row three: Kellee Thatch, Megan Miezin, Chrmaine Banks, Melanie Kawaia, 
'mika Scovil, Crystal Bradek, Katie Walker, Jill Corrigan, Nino Prodan, Maurice Malcolm, Rick Papo, Mike Copley, 
e Strunk, Angela Haynes, Daina Butkus. 



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The seventh period 
Chorahers was originally 
an all freshman choir, but 
times they are a changin'! The 
1993-94 school year brought 
about many changes, and the 
choir was one of them. This year 
there were not only freshmen, but 
sophomores and even a few 
seniors joined the group. Directed 
by Ms. Diane Tizzano. and 
accompanied by Ms. Debra 
Petrie. the girls shared their 
musical talents. Another musical 
gift in this choir was Ms. Sharon 
Whittier, who came in on 
Tuesdays and gave her gospel 
knowledge to the girls. 
-Erin Harsch 




loraliers. Row one: Jennifer Calvert, Natalie Mc Gill, Dawn Ganser, Sarah-Irene Nehrig, Daneen Callahan, Twshanaa 
Dllins, Cynthia Reese, Aurieka Hill, Andrea Moyer, Katie Kocin, Annette Cunningham, Alia Walters, Michelle Frye. 
)w two: Director Mrs. Petrie, Erin Harsch, Tiffany Highland, Venita Reed, Andrea Woodard, Rosalyn Rainey, Sharon 
hittington, Jodi Dominick, Kelly Hiscott, Ginger Wilson, Lashawntae Randle, Director Diane Tizzano, Roquita 
iddle. 



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with the rest of the Choraliers. 



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ompetition was humorous, 
especially noting that many 
|E students had the opportunity to 
^^^^jeer at their friends as they saw 
them on the television screen. But the 
highlight came when the letters of 
acceptance to a team of broadcasters 
were given. For about four years, this 
tradition has been conducted. Instead of 
the news being given over the P. A., it 
was conducted live, and always with 
people one was bound to remember. 
This year's team of broadcasters 
included: Amy Hendrickson, Tomeka 
Gibbs, Joe Bailey, Sally Kohanski, 
Matt Lemieiix, Diana Butkus, Sam 
Seawright, Amy Von Sick, Tony 
Hren, Deonna Ivey and Jeff Lapuh. 
Each person had a specific day that they 
were on. and all had to arrive at school 
by 7:30 to prepare. Usually there was 
time to review, but sometimes there 
were moments when there were 'last 
minute' pieces given that could not be 
rehearsed. In order to get the news to 
the classroom, however, the Media 
Aides had to set up the cameras and 
control what was going on in the studio. 
As the specific anchormen for the day 
assembled in the media room, camera- 
men like Dale Brown, Ben Mooney 
and Nick Seifried and Adviser, Mr. 
Allen Black provided moments of 
entertainment with their wicked senses 
of humor. They were in charge of the 
media room, the comedic graphics, the 
songs and the positioning of the 
cameras. The highlights of the week 
were then presented to the audience, 
live and full of laughs. 
-Tomeka Gibbs 



Kevin Granito, Jeff Lapuh, Matt Lemieux and Sam Seawright 

at their stations before the program is about to begin. 

Ben Mooney controlling the cameras and microphones at one of 
the assemblies held in the auditorium. 




Daina Butkus, Sam Seawright, Jeff Lapuh, Amy Von Sick, Matt Lemieux and Tomeka Gibb 

having fun before they go on the air. 




P. A. Announcers 




Media Aides, Row 
one: Mark Brown, 
Nick Solema, Aileen 
Glowacki, Scott 
Lawrence, Paul 
Solema. Row two: 
Tony Hren, John 
Bechtel, Dan 
Burgles, Andy 
Eminger, Ben 
Mooney. Row three: 
John Bechtel, Chuck 
Patterson, Joe Boyce, 
Nick Seifried. Row 
four: Steve 
Vaslavsky, Nate 
Marron, Michael 
Tomsic, Dale Brown, 
Tom Walker. 







Ben Mooney running one of the cameras during tlie morning announcements while Chuck Patterson 
runs a camera in the balcony at an assembly in auditorium. 

Students at a pep rally enjoying the acoustics supplied by the 
media aides. 

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Ebony Taylor helps Mark DroHeff find out hcnv much he weighs. 
Courtney Telich helps health aide Mickey Segulin sort student health records. 



After having given blood, Sarah-Irene Nehrig went to the clinic where she 
Tanisha Ramsey and Mrs. Mickey Segulin. 



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ice Aides, Row one: Amy Von Sick, Jeff Lapuh, Annette HoUis, Diana Butkus, Tomeka Ball. Row two: Dawn Ganser, 
gina Motiejunas, Kristina Sedmak, Abby Ayer, Carrie White, Kelly Moyer. Row three: Tracy Boyarsky, Deanna 
ppert. Amy Hodder, Angela Meros, Laura Baber, Amy Wilson, Tomeka Gibbs. Row four: Kevin Granito, Tony 
starsic, Dan Burke, Matt Sterbait, Sally Kohanski, Katie Mc Guinness, Matt Orgovan. 



A secretaries work was 
never done but with the 
help of students the load 
was greatly lessened. 
Everyday, students who gave up 
their study halls helped the staff 
with filing, attendance or many 
other odd jobs. They were 
always running around in the 
halls on missions for counselors 
and principals. Aides also 
decorated the offices so joyfully 
during the holidays. Mrs. 
Hodder's runners even created 
their own holidays so they could 
have something to celebrate 
every week with theme weeks 
being popular. Some of the ^^ 
themes were; colors week. H 
foods of the world week, Super 
hero's week, and dance week. 
The work didn't seem so bad 
when there was a chance to 
have fun with the aides. 
-Tracy Boyarsky 





Nikki Clark helps Mrs. Joyce Sadowsky with her jobs in the Main Office. 

Tony Sustarsic, Katie Mc Guinness and Tracy Boyarsky certainly look as if 
they are enjoying tliemselves while they are helping out in the office. 



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RVEY. the school's voice, 
managed to bring to the 
forefront, issues of concern 
from school scandals to exposes on 
smoking, the student paper operated 
on a higher level than before, with 
graphics and a smooth running team. 
The paper was like any publication, 
in that there was unity and of course 
the sti-ess. Stress from meeting the 
deadlines, to trying to persuade 
people to open their minds and to 
provide their opinions. This was the 
ultimate mission of SURVEY. 
This yeai-, throughout the hassles that 
the staff stepped upon, there was a 
greater turnout of people eager to use 
the power of the pen. Students 
verbally expressed desires to use their 
talents, from photography to comics. 
In SURVEY, as long as one had a 
desire to commit, provide ideas, and 
possibly to lead the paper to become 
the state's best student publication, 
there was a place for anyone. 
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Survey, Row one: Christy Salisbury, Shannon Woodworth, Marina Corleto, Kris Eminger, Tomeka Gibbs, Marii 
Salupo. Row two: Akilah Coates, Katrina Murphy, Katie Salisbury, Emily Bode, Veronica Radolovic, Stacie Glavan 
Melanie Bergolc, Dorian Shy, Mark Browne, Nick Marek. Row three: Adviser, Mr. Rick Wherley, Leah Walczak, Briai 
Udovich, Jennifer Grisard, Chad Shuskey, Andy Eminger, Jim Price, Paul Radolovic, Brian Kovatch. 




Survey Editor-in-Chief, Christina Salisbury, gives instructions to the staff 
while Adviser, Mr. Rick Wherley, looks on. 



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The yearbook was a good 
way to get a close look at 
what happened during the 
school year. In it was found 
students rushing back and forth to 
classes, briskly walking on errands 
and taking trips to the new 
principal' and counselors' offices. 
The book was a review of the year's 
events. It showed a glimpse of tlie 
lives of Euclid students as they 
tamed the jungle-like atmosphere. 
From finding out first impressions 
of our beloved jungle, to seniors 
last impressions, and to the 
expectations of underclassmen, the 
yearbook captured on film the 
1993-1994 school year. When 
everything was done it wasn't quite 
such a jungle out there. 
-Carmeesha Norman 



Sarah Payne sorts senior poll responses 
while Leann Uchbar stuffs order en- 
velopes to be sent home. 



Carmeesha Norman devoted many 

lurs by writing stories and choosing 

pictures. 

Uian Mazzei sorts senior responses. 

like Walczak, Julie Di Bartolomeo, 

Andrea Haselbusch and lason Mc 

Creight working on the mailings. 



Bridgette Varnju, Laura Fifolt, Kevin Carlson, Leann Uchbar 
and Helene Schwartz working on material for the book. 











Throughout the year. 
Peer Tutors were 
often called upon 
to lend a hand to 
students who were 
struggling witli their studies. 
The tutois were a group of 
student volunteers who 
devoted lunch periods, study 
halls, and days after school 
to help other students in 
specific subject areas. Both 
the tutors and tutees 
benefited from the experi- 
ence, Tlie tutees received the 
academic assistance they 
needed, and the tutors 
learned the value of helping 
other students. The Peer 
Tutor advisor was Miss 
Barbara Spiga. who 
matched students with 
academic needs with tutors 
who could help them. The 
library pi'ovided the perfect 
environment for the tutoring 
sessions. Peer Tutoring was 
a valuable and rewarding 
experience for all who were 
involved. 

-Carrie White 




Peer Tutors, Row one: Vanya Stewart, Keshia Jones, Meg Wolchko, Ilese O'Keefe, Brian Udovich, Beth Blatnik. Rov\ 
two: Phil Baioni, Grady Buhaley, Kevin Granite, Dan Burl<e, Maria Barker, Angela Miklavcic, Kim Bischof. Row three 
Liz Muzinic, Kafhy Gibbons, Kristine Perry, Tomeka Gibbs, Carrie White, Miclielle Dineen, Abby Ayer. Row four 
Christy Salisbury, Beckie Glavan, Stacie Glavan, Steve Riek, Kris Eminger, Mat Orgovan, Jeff Morris, Mike Turk. 



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Steve Riek, Robin Little and Dave Masek and Patricia Chatman, RoscheL 
Ashley and Latanyia Johnson all help each other in the Library. 




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•y Club, Row one: Paul Glowacki, Marie Salupo, Tom Walker, Ben Mooney, Christy Lawrence, Paula Good, Kathy 
(pic, Nick Seifried, Kelly Meyer, Chuck Patterson. Row two: Natalie Mc Gill, Scott Lawrence, Jackie Tran, Carolina 
no, Carly Dillon, Annie Feldkamp, Dawn Ganser, Brenda Moyer, Tara Van Ho, Carol Gudaitis. Row three: Diane 
iska, Adam Ayer, Pat Telich, Beth Weinbrecht, Stephanie De Biase, Maureen Porcen, Paula Rees, Dan Burgles, Dawn 
izel. Row four: John Scamiench, Aileen Glowacki, Christy Salisbury, Danielle Calabrese, Kris Eminger, Katie 
alker, Seth Sederholm, Paul Felden, Christine Clark, Kim Smola. Row five: Casey Carmichael, Chad Shuskey, Steve 
ek, Pierre Bayenet, Tim De Wine, Rafael Brown, Rich Slade, Andy Eminger, Eric Zuno, Chris Puglia, Mandy Siplock. 




~\ I lerabership reached 
almost 100 members 
this year, and these 
members learned the 
true meaning of "sers'ice with 
a smile."' Key Club was an 
international service 
organization. Euclid's club 
performed many important 
service projects throughout 
the year. To name just a few, 
they collected money 
($1200!! and food for flood 
victims in St. Louis, passed 
out red AIDS Awareness 
ribbons on December 1 , 
AIDS Awareness Day, and 
they volunteered at Special 
Olympics Swimming, Ice 
Skating, and Bowling. The 
members of the Euclid Key 
Club also had fim. They 
attended dances and Lock-Ins 
at other schools and 
conventions in Columbus. 
New Orleans, Noith 
Carolina. Key Clubbers also 
enjoyed themselves helping 
others, knowing that they 
were making a difference. 

"Euclid" was a well- 
known name on the district 
level of Key Club. The 93-94 
Lieutenant Governor of their 
division was Nick Seifried, and 
the 94-95 Lieutenant Governor 
was Chad Shuskey. Euchd's 
Advisor. Allen Black, was 
named Administrator for the 
entire Ohio District. 

The Euclid Key Club had a 
very successful year, and 
continued to serve its home, 
school, and community in the 
future. 

-Kathy Copic, Christy 
Lawrence 



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Walker, Ben Mooney, Christy Lawrence, Paula Good 
and Kathy Copic conducting a meeting. 
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Members of Key 
Club saying the 
Pledge of 
Allegiance at the 
beginning of the 
meeting in the 
Little Theater. 




hristy Lawrence - President 

en Mooney - First Vice President 

cm Walker - Second Vice President 

aula Good - Secretary 

athy Copic - Treasurer 

^elly Moyer - Senior Rep. 

huck Patterson - Junior Rep. 



Marie Salupo - Sophomore Rep. 

Paul Glowacki - Freshman Rep. 

Nick Seifried - 9.1-94 Lieutenant Governor Div. 15 & 23 

Chad Shuskey - 94-95 Lieutenant Governor Div. 15 & 23 

Allen Black - Faculty Advisor and 94-95 Ohio District 

Administrator 








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I here has always been a 
struggle to gather 
students concerned 
about the environment 
together. This group existed at 
Euclid under the name of 
S,A.V,E. (Students Against 
Violating die Eaith}. Under the 
behest of Kim Bischof, S.A.V.E. 
was not solely concerned widi 
recycling. The puipose was to 
help students become more aware 
of the struggles within our 
environment, such as pollution, 
famine, war, oppression of a 
people (the indigenous people of 
tlie rainforest), and of course the 
ever present problem of the 
decimation of our land and waters 
via nuclear and chemical waste, 
the min of the forests that breathe 
life and house the cures of the 
world: the rainforests. 

S.A.V.E. had many goals and 
a few experiences, one being that 
the group had the privilege to 
attend an ecoconference involv- 
ing the struggles of a people few 
ever heard of, the indigenous 
people. The members desired to 
plant ti'ees (giving more life), 
contribute to helping those caught 
in the war of hunger and many 
others. Members of S.A.V.E. did 
not have to be vegetarians, 
maniacs or have other insane 
misconceptions. All that was 
needed was a desire to give back 
somehow, if not a lot, at least a 
little to a world that has endured 
all sorts of mishaps and on- 
slaughts. It should be held that 
this world may not be able to take 
all the pain that was being poured 
on it. 

-Tomeka Gibbs 




S.A.V.E., Row one: Laurie Sarpolis, Tomeka Gibbs, Phil Baioni, Amy Wilson. Row two: Kim Bischof, Jennifer Grisa 
Tiffany Highland, Grady Buhaley, Angela Miklavcic, Adviser, Ms. Barbara Breeden. 





President, Kim Bischof, explains to 

the members what they will be doing 

throughout the year. 

Adviser, Ms. Barbara Breeden, and 

members Emieliza Brown, Lauren 

Sarpolis, Amy Wilson, Phil Baioni 

and Sharon Bowling discussing 

what can be done about recycling. 

Amy Wilson, Ernieliza Brown, 

Grady Buhaley, Jennifer Grisard, 

Tomeka Gibbs and Marsha 

Appling talking about problems in 

the world. 



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S.A.D.D., Row one: Tara Van Ho, Vanya Stewart, Deanna Hoppert, Mark Stillings, Stacie Johnson. Row two: Freddy 
Blatnik, Katrina Murptiy, Carolyn Gudaitis, Tracy Boyarsky, Sally Kohanski, Debbie Podmore, Tilden Humphery. 
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he purpose of S. A.D.D. 
was to get the message of I 
"Don't drink and drive" 
across to the students all 
year. Secretary, Mark 
Stillings said, "Hopefully people , 
will realize the importance of our | 
massage and become more in- | 

volved". Every year thousands of ^ 
innocent people were killed by drunk 
driving and S.A.D.D. was just trying, 
to prevent as many tragedies as m 
possible. Stacie Johnson was 
President and Deanna Hoppert was 
Vice-President and Mrs. Joan | 

Paskert was the adviser. 

Kids on the Block was a group of 
stadents that used the Japanese 
puppeteering format called Bunraku| 
where the puppets as well as the 
puppeteers were visible. The 
puppeteers practiced their skits and s 
perfonned at the various elementary| 
schools. The skits dealt with a 
variety of subjects ranging from 
name calling to divorce and drug 
use. Supervisor Kathy Hoinski and 
the puppeteers worked verj' hard to 
help the children realize and deal 
with the problems they faced every 
day. 

-Deanna Hoppert 




Stacie Johnson and Mark Stillings 

with the Kids on the Block puppets 
which they take to the lower schools to 
perform skits for the younger students. 



Kids on the Block, Row one: Stacie Johnson, Lydia Urh, Ernieliza Brown, Mark Stillings. Row two: 
Kevin Granito, Tim De Wine, Freddy Blatnik, Deanna Hoppert, Sally Kohanski. 



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winning tradition was 
kept alive on Novem- 
ber 14, 1993 when, 
once again. Euclid 
became the academic 'cream of 
the crop' by defeating Kenston 
and Aurora schools in channel 
five's Academic Challenge 
program. The winning team was 
comprised of Captain Mike 
Walczak, Nate Marron, 
Marty Witczak, and alternates 
Marc Stauffer, Adam Van Ho 
and Beth Geddes. The show 
was aired on January 29, 1994. 
The team also competed in the 
"Whiz Quiz" radio show on 
February 12, 1994. The team 
was advised by the wise Mr. 
Adam Pawlowski. 
-Martv Witczak 



The Science Olympiad 
was held at Case 
Western Reserve 
University in February. 
In it, students from Euclid 
competed with students from 
other schools in many different 
types of science related events. 
In some cases they had to build 
something, like a bridge, that 
they brought and tested. In other 
events they had to estimate 
sizes or do science in a labora- 
tory. It was a learning experi- 
ence for all who participated. 
Mrs Christine Torrelli and Mr. 
Rick Wherley were the 
advisers for the group. 




Academic Challenge Team: Adam Van Ho, Marty Witczak, Marc Stauffer, Mike Walczak, Beth Geddes, Nate Man 
and adviser, Mr. Adam Pawlowski. 




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many events tliat the students can 

enter. Katarina Sharpe is seen 

picking out some of the events that 

she would like to enter. 

Kris Eminger and Doug Torzewski discuss the 

different events with Adviser, Mrs. Chris Torrelli. 

Adviser, Mr. Rick Wherley, talks about some of the 

new events that have changes from the previous 

year with Kris Eminger and Kathy Copic. 




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laggie Dane, Mike 



Mary Kiral, Helena Oroz, Debbie Podmore, Stacie Glavan. Row two: Sarah Kale, Kathy Copic, 
Dacar, Lindsay Freeman, Marina Corleto, Irma Peredne, Adviser, Mr. Wayne Smith. 




1 lose-Up was a program 
that allowed students to 
Ut travel to Washington D.C. 
^^ ^^ from February 27 through 
March 5. During that time the 
students got a first-hand experi- 
ence observing the functions of 
the government and had a fun- 
packed vacation in a hotel! Along 
with daily visits to various 
government buildings such as 
Congress, The Supreme Court and 
Federal Agencies, the students had 
the opportunity to witness actual 
hearings and participate in 
workshops with several govern- 
ment officials and other students 
from all over the country. They 
toured and shopped throughout 
downtown Washington D.C. and 
participated in different activities 
throughout the week. In order to 
earn money for the trip many 
members sold candy throughout 
the year. Mr. Wayne Smith was 
the adviser for the group and most 
members thought the trip was 
worth repeating. 
-Marina P. Corleto 

During their first meetings. Adviser, 
Mr. Wayne Smith, passed out infor- 
mation about the trip to everyone who 
was interested. The students listened 
to what was expected of them and 
what they could expect from the trip 
and read over all the information that 
.they received. 



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The 1993-1994 library 
aides were once 
again managed by 
Mrs. Mary Dolter 
who was in her tenth yetir. The 
library aides this school year 
numbered eight and included 
two seniors, Valarie Irby and 
Tiffany Hicks. Their job was to 
shelve books, magazines, 
pamphlets, and keep the library 
in good order. Once again, the 
library aides looked forward to 
their annual picnic at Memorial 
Park in the spring. 
-Jason Mc Creigiit 



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Librcirv Aides: Veronica Radolovic, Valerie Irby, Tiffany Hicks, La Tasha Gibbs. 



Mike Davis is able to find the book 
that he needs because the Library 
Aides keep the materials in an orderly 
fashion. 





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Tiffany Hicks, La Tasha Gibbs and Valerie Irby doing 
their job by replacing books that have been removed. 
Margaret Wein, Shenise Johnson, Wakil Bingham and 
Kevin Ty ree are able to use the Library since the books are 
in their place. 



Library Aides 





.ow one 
Adviser, Ms. 
Barbara 
eeden, Tony 
Nate Marron, 
Annette Hollis, Michelle 
Suchy, Tracy Boyarsky, 
Andrea Haselbusch, Charlie 
mialek. Row two: Tara Day, 
Tomeka Gibbs, Paula Good, Tamm 
Adam Van Ho. Julianne Hadyk, Lisa Steele, Tim 
Banach, Jason Mc Creight, Rob Heramb. Row three: 
Tiffany Hicks, Jennifer Grisard, Kim Bischof, Margana 




Dane, Julie I 
Bartolomeo, Leai 
Uchbar, Mike Walczak, 
Kevin Bremer, Bill Parso 




|his past year, NHS tried to 
become much more 
involved in community 
service, both inside and 
outside the school. It continued 
to hold ice cream socials for 
those who achieved Honor Roll 
status, and also assisted parents 
at Parent-Teacher Conferences. 
NHS was designed to recognize 
the school's first, and this year's 
group was no exception. 
Charlie Smialek was elected 
president, while Tomeka Gibbs 
and Kim Bischof held the 
offices of vice president and 
secretary, respectively. The new 
adviser for NHS this year was 
first year teacher Ms. Barbara 
Breeden. 

-Charlie Smialek 




Lisa Steele, Kevin Bremer, Michelle 
Suchy and Julianne Hadyk listen to what 
will be going on throughout the year. 




National Honor Society 




Tiffany Hicks with adviser, Ms. Bar- 
bara Breeden discussing what needs 
to be done during a meeting. 



NHS. members, Jennifer Grisard, Kim Bischof, Maggie Dane and Spar 
Birkett help Mrs. Bette Schmeling set up for Parent-Teacher conferences. 




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Clockwise from bottom: Meg 
Wolchko, Karen Gezann, Melissa 
Nagode, Samantha Hoffa, Mandy 
Siplock, Chris Puglia, Heather 
Mulhall, Katie Baioni, Jennifer 
David, Hannah Davis, Kristin Samsa, 
Dana Vance cind Margaret Good prac- 
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ai Napolo, Euclid 
High School's 
synchronized swim 
club, performed its 
annual swim show entitled 
"Bodies of Water" on April SC- 
SI, 1994. The girls practiced 
after school and came in every 
day during spring break to 
practice their stunts and perfect 
their numbers. All of the hard 
work and dedication payed off, 
because the show was one of the 
school's best. 

The officers for the 1993-94 
school year were: Melissa 
Nagode, President, Kristin 
Kish and Adrienne Chinni, Co- 
Vice Presidents, Meg Wolchko, 
Secretary, Mandy Siplock. 
Treasurer and Jessica Adams. 
Junior Show Director. The 
advisers for the group for this 
year were Joan Bush and Anita 
Perotti. 

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Wolchko practice ballet leg in formation. 

Meg Wolchko, Heather Mulhall, Samantha Hoffa, Chris Puglia, Melissa 
Nagode, Karen Gezann, Margaret Good and Mandy Siplock working on their 
land drills before going into the water. 



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volitics. Arguments. 
wL LJ JFriendship. Service. Ideas, 
ifcp^ Fiery spirits and apatlietic 
IS smiles. You got all that and 
more out of Student Council. From 
Homecoming to Prom, the Euclid 
High School Student Council was 
there. 

The Executive Board, the top 
eighteen of Student Council, started 
out the year by meeting in August 
before school started to organize, 
elect officers, and discuss upcoming 
events. Officers elected were: 
Helena Oroz, President; Margana 
Dane, V. P. ; Debbie Podmore, 
Treasurer; and Stacie Johnson, 
Secretary. 

Homecojiiing weekend kicked off 
with an assembly featuring Court 
candidates escorted by members of 
the Fall sports teams. Those present 
at the first of two assemblies were 
treated to a presentation by last 
minute walk-on candidates; Kevin 
Granito and Dan Burke. Through- 
out the week, candidates were seen 
on the morning announcements. 
Winners of the Court were an- 
nounced at the game on Friday, and 
the week culminated in the Home- 
coming Dance, "Classical Enchant- 
ment", on October 16. Just two 
weeks later, Stodent Council hosted a 
Halloween party for tlie Euclid 
community in the E-room. The paity 
featured games, prizes, snacks, and 
the likes of Barney. Baby-Bop, Big 
Bird, and Cookie Monster. Many 
people spent that Saturday decorat- 
ing, setting up, running games tliat 
evening, and cleaning up afterwards. 
The end resuh was that a good time 




Student Council, Row one: Maureen Porcen, Tara Van Ho, Kevin Gady, Annette Hollis, Kristina Geiger, Angela Men 
Katie Mc Guinness, Kristina Fabert, Lindsay Freeman, Shona Mc Cune. Row two: Melissa Novinc, Amy Salerno, Jan 
Piscitello, Mariann Oroz, Amy Von Sick, Gina Zeman, Tony Sustarsic, Kevin Granito, Dan Burke, Cindy Ciul 
Sharon Hollis, Mike Swyt. Row three: Tilden Humphery, Beckie Glavan, Kristie Zevnik, Brian Udovich, Stac 
Johnson, Travis Reed, Adam Van Ho, Marganna Dane, Fritz Streif f, Mike Walczak. Row four: Rafael Brown, Joe Strur 
Ben Carroll, Jim Swyt, Andrea Haselbusch, Jason Mc Creight, Brian Vargo, Bina Stitt, Lakesha Buggs, Debbie Podmo: 
Helena Oroz. 



was had by all. November saw the 
return of the Penny War between the 
classes. The seniors were the 
champs, but everyone put in a great 
effort and over $600 was raised for 
the hungry and unfortunate of 
EucUd. December activities included 
Elf Day, Link War between the 
sexes to benefit the American 
Cancer Society, city wide food drive 
for the Euclid Hunger Task Force, 
and a lock-in witii Spirit Club. The 
second half of the year saw the 
Winteifest Dance, "Under the 



Boardwalk," on February 12; the 
Senior Citizens 'Prom in May; The 
Talent Show; and F*rom. 

Although many tilings were 
more work than fun, weekly 
meetings were often chaotic and 
nerve-racking, and friendships and 
school-politics sometimes didn't 
mix well. It all came together in the 
end and the events of the school 
year were a success. Ms. Judy 

Carmody was tlie Student Council ^ 

adviser. ■■^^^^^■■i '*> 

-Helena Oroz 




Student Council 



Student Council members decorating the cafeteria for the 
Winter Holidays. Front row shows Mike Swyt, Amy Von Sick, 
Dan Burke, Rafael Brown, Kathy Copic, Katie Mc Guinness. 
Back row shows Jim Swyt, Kristie Zevnik, Tony Sustarsic, 
Kristina Geiger, Sharon Hollis, Cindy Ciulla, Christina Fabert, 
Travis Reed, Annette Hollis, Shona Mc Cune. 





dent Council Executive Board, Row one: Stacie Johnson, Secretary, Helena Oroz, President, 

ggie Dane, Vice President, Debbie Podmore, Treasurer. Row two: Kathy Copic, Adam Van Ho, Annette 

His, Kristina Fabert, Rafael Brown, Fritz Streif f . Row three: Bina Stitl, Tilden Humphery, Andrea Haselbusch, Ben 

rroll, Katie Mc Guinness, Kristina Geiger. 






Tilden Humphery, Melanie Shippitka, 
Andrea Haselbusch and Bill Parsons col- 
lecting money in the 'Penny War' during 
the lunch periods. 



ent Council organized the activities 
at the Homecoming game. Here are 
Helena Oroz, Melanie Shippitka, 
Vlaggie Dane, Andrea Haselbusch, 
Ebony Taylor, Kristina Fabert and 
Rafael Brown before the game. 




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|he 1993 Holiday Play 
was called Trouble In the 
Toyshop and was written 
and directed by Ms. 
Judith Carmody and was 
performed for the High School 
on December 10 and 1 1 and for 
the elementary schools the 
following week. All of the 
toyshop elves were tired of being 
bossed around by all the supervi- 
sors on top, so with the help of 
Jumpin' and Jivin' Jehosacat, they 
got the keys from Kringle 
Krangle and took over the 
toyshop so they could do things 
the way they wanted. While 
Kringle Krangle was away, the 
elves created and produced toys 
of their own, only there was 
something wrong with all of 
them. After the elves got frus- 
trated with all their mistakes, 
they reahzed it wasn't as easy to 
run the toyshop as they had 
thought and asked forgiveness of 
Kringle Kiangle, who had 
brought along Santa Claus to 
give thanks to all the toyshop 
elves for all their efforts. 
-Sarah Whittaker 




Holiday Play cast, Row one: Alana Roberts, Akilah Coates, Ralph Hood, Alia Crawford. Row two; Colleen Longsh 
Mike Guarnieri, Sara Kuhen, Sarah Whittaker, Dawn Lo Conti, Sarah Nehrig. Row three; Carrie Howell, Al 
Salvatore, Trisha Galloway, Martha Urh, John Scarniench, Laurie Salvatore, Doug Torzewski. Row four; Amy Lin 
Erin Harsch, Jenna Brzeczkowski, Lisa lannetta, Pierre Bayenet. 




Gloomy Gus, Colleen Longshaw, 

tells the audience about his plans to 
persuade the elves to take over the 
Toyshop. 




Holiday Play 



Alia Crawford in- 
troduces Doug 
Torzewski to the 
audience at the end 
of the performance. 



The Toyshop elves, Sara Kuhen, Martha Urh, Sarah Nehrig, Pierre Bayenet , 
Sarah Whittaker, quarrel among themselves as to who is going to have w 
responsibilities. 



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nior D.E.C.A. Class, Row one: Andrea Williams, Kacie Ray, Isis Clark, Amy Von Sick, Christy 
wrence, Sam Seawright, Altonio Mc Cants. Row two: Kelly Felice, Liesel Sacko, Carrie Collins, Steve 
ihursky, Bekki Sakatch, Terese Schneider, Adviser, Mr. Jim Preset. Row three: Renee Thomas, Kyle 
iss, Cara Parise, Joe Brkic, Carl Bartlett, Chris Eppich, Mary Ann Christopher. Not pictured, Michael 
jolin, Michele Fogarty, Jessica Jakimowicz, Kim Schultz. 



D.E.C.A.(Distributive Eiducation 
Clubs of America) was the student 
run club that coincided with 
Euclid's Marketing Education class. 
Euclid's program was designed for juniors 
and seniors who were interested in a career 
in marketing and management. In their 
junior yeai% the students attended classes 
and studied the stock market, business 
finance, marketing research and many 
other business related activities. Seniors 
spent part of their day in school learning 
about everything from job interviewing, to 
advertising and sales. During the remainder 
of the day they were employed in retail 
establishments within the Euclid area in a 
variety of retail, wholesale, or service 
capacities. In D.E.C.A., students competed 
against other high school students on the 
local, state and national level in areas 
related to their c;u-eer interest. Mr. Jte 
Presot was in charge of the organization. 




nior D.E.C.A. Club, Row one: Gary Dwyer, Mario Durant, Missy Clarke, Michael Fording, Joe Bosolt, 
ent Pirich, Isis Clark. Row two: Adviser, Mr. Jim Presot, Irma Peredne, Gina Zeman, Kelly Felice, 
ichelle Dineen, Danielle De Boe, Jamie Codec, Nikki Christides, Sandra Brown, Elizabeth Walters, 
inia Janezic, Andrea Williams. Row three: Jessica Kochis, Tom Walker, Nick Seifried, Jua Adrine- 
Dbinson, Melanie Shippitka, Kevin Gray, John Scarniench, Dana Wright. Not pictured, Jessica 
kimowicz. 

D.E.C.A. Club mem- 
bers, Liesel Sacko, Kyle 
Russ, Cara Parise, Car- 
rie Collins and Renee 
Thomas, prepare tor 
one of their fund-rais- 
ing candy sales. 



Marketing students, Cara Parise, Chris Eppich, Mary 
Ann Christopher and Felice, anxiously waiting for 
class to begin. 








jtr^ ^ A.F.S. was always the 'club' to join. But this year it was even hotter than ever. 
J^S^ With dynamic siblings, Ernieliza Brown as President and Rafael Brown as 
^^^ Publicity Manager, students learned much while in the process of having fun. 
There were many signs promoting A.F.S. and during "World Awareness Week" there 
was an e.xotic song contest and a 'guess the country from the flag" contest courtesy of 
g^^^ 'Vice-President. Keisha Jones. Members also participated in fund-raisers such as selling 
WgW candy. A.F.S. was proud to welcome three foreign students: 'Veronica Juarez form Mexico 
'^City, Mexico, Alejandro Ricardez from Jujuy, Argentina and Eero Lina from Finland. With 
the help of advisers, Mrs. Barbara Ramlow and Miss Jane Addis A.F.S. promoted awareness and 

understanding among all who participated. -Tameka Gibbs 




A.F.S. 
Row one: 
Jabari Sims, 
Ernieliza 
Brown, Melanie 
Reed, Shona Mc Cune, 
Heatlier Scott, Valerie 
Mehring. Row two: Chris- 
tina Fabert, Kristina Geiger, 
Marina Corleto, Leonardo 
Carrizo, Pierre Bayenet. Row three: 
Sharon Bowling, Matt Letnieux, Fritz 
Streif f . Row four: Liz Muzinic, Vanesha 
^^^ Wolf, Stacie Johnson, Kevin Granito. Row 
J^^^ five: Also Erickson, Veronica Juarez, Debbie 
^f^ Podmore, Dan Corleto. Row six: Dan Burke, 
^4P Rafael Brown, Mike Swyt, Brian Tomazic, Tif- 
fany Highland, Jennifer Grisard, Margaret Wein, 
Eero Lina, Amy Hendrickson, Tony Sustarsic. 



Exchange student 

from Finland, Eero 

Lina, describes what 

life is like in his 

home country to 

some of the 

members at an 

A.F.S. meeting. 





"In A.F.S. vou learn a lot 
about different cultures in 
the world and different 
coutitries. You meet a lot 
of foreign exchange stu- 
dents and you learn about 
hosting and becoming a 
host family" 

-Kristina Geiger 




A.F.S. 




A.F.S. adviser, 
Mrs. Barbara 
Ramlow, intro- 
duces Mexican 
exchange student, 
Veronica Juarez, to 
the other members 
of the club. 

Jessica Kochis 

talks to the club 

about her short 

term exchange to 

Finland. 









icuyo, Row one: Beckie Glavan, Leo Walczak, Tracy Boyarsky, Jessica Hopkins, Kelly Focareto, Gina Zeman, 
5a Steele, Kelly Hiscott. Row two: Sarah Kale, Kathy Gibbons, Kim Bischof, Jennifer Grisard, Steve Riek, 
njamin Lynn, Brian Udovich, Mark Garlauskas, Kristina Dugandzic. Row three: Adviser, Judy Stobinski, 
ck Solema, Marie Salupo, Lindsay Freeman, Melanie Reed, Michael Krause, Adviser, Carol Tkac, Helena 
oz, Erin Smith, Amy Hodder, Meryann Bruketa 



"Eucuyo, What's that?" was a 
question often heard through the halls 
at Euclid. Eucuyo was the school's 
literary magazine. It was a collection 
of writings, photographs, articles or 
any creative compositions of Euclid 
high students selected by the staff. 
This year Eucuyo broadened its 
horizons' by encouraging all areas of 
the curriculum to become more 
creative in either the writing or any 
other artistic area. It wanted students 
to sit down and express themselves 
creatively anytime they felt like it. It 
was made possible by the supervision 
of Mrs. Carol Tkac and Mrs. Judy 
Stobinski. Lindsay Freeman and 
Tracy Boyarsky were co-editors-in- 
chief. 

-Tracy Boyarsky 



Jennifer Grisard says 
"1 like the way it 
shows the creativity of 
all the students at 
school" 




iviser, Carol Tkac, Leo Walczak and Tracy Boyarsky explain to some of the members what they wil 

doing to eet the magazine ready. . _. 

'^ ^ ^ ' Kelly Hiscott, Tina Marcelli, 

Matt Orgovan, Kathy Kocin and 

Katrina Sharpe reading over 

some of the submitted works for 

publishing in the Eucuyo. 




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Student Council sponsored Halloween dreSS-ll 




Student Council helped celebrate Hallow 
een 1993 at Euclid High School on two 
days. Friday, October 29 was dress-up 
day for the high school students, and Saturday, 
October 30 was Student Council's annual 
community Halloween party for Euclid's 
children. On Friday during the lunch periods the 
costumes were judged and prizes were given in 
several categories such as the most creative, the 
scariest and the best group costume. On 
Saturday Student Council members were at the 
E-rooni bright and early decorating and 
planning the evening's scariest and most 
enjoyable games and attractions. Some of 
these features were the haunted maze, the 
thing, pin the nose on the pumpkin, the 
pumpkin prance, face painting and of course. 
Big Bird, Barney, Baby Bop, Cookie 
Monster and the Pink Gorilla were there. 
There was also a costume contest. The 
games were run by the students who also 
were dressed up. The party was a definite 
success with more than three hundred 
children in attendance with their 




Mike Hoffman, Matt Hoffman, 
Kevin Gorman and Kyle Bush as 

some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. 

Matt Lemieux, Tony Sustarsic and 

Brian Tomazic sure caused a k)t of 

interference to the traffic flow. 



parents. 



-Andrea Haselbusch 





Jenna Brzeczltowski dressed up as an Indian 
maiden watched over Tine Thing at tlie party. 



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bones about dressing i 
while Mr. John Bare: 
seems to liave lost some 
his color during the da} 



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After seven weeks of rehearsal. Father of the Bride played 
from Nov. 18-20. 

In the play, Kay Banks' "lovely little perfect wedding" turned into a supercolos- 
sal performance which her father dreaded and her mother dreamt of. After solemnly swearing to 
keep the wedding small to her hus- 



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band-to-be, Buckley, the wedding grew 
out of proportion, no matter how hard 
Mr. and Mrs. Banks and the children 
tried. 

After all sorts of problems with a 
dramatic caterer and her hilarious 
circulation manager, a maid who 
couldn't stop crying , an emotional 
secretary, an excited bridesmaid, a 
nosy best friend, diligent furniture 
movers, a fussy dressmaker, and an 
irate flower man, the Banks family 
pulled it all together. 

During practice, the cast grew close. 

Sand the Banks family became more 
than an on-stage family. "People 
worked together on stage like 
magic. ..like Abbot and Costello...like 
Lewis and Clark", added Dan Burke. 
"Rehearsals weren't something to 
dread, but something to look forward 
'"rt 'o"' commented play director, Mrs. 
Q^ Judy Mc Laughlin. "Being in charge 
^ of an extracurricular activity lets you 
•^ see another side of 
^ the students, but it 
1-^ also lets them see 

another side of 
I^ you". Without 

Q-) Mrs. Mc 
' O Laughlin, the play 
j_^ wouldn't have been 
p^ possible. She 

provided direction, 
Qj but let the actors 
F^H and actresses put 
their own person- 
^!^ alities into their 
^ roles. 
5-H -Kathy Copic 




Cast and crew, Row one: Chris Di Biase, Liz Muzinic. Row two: Amy Hendrickson, Tiffany Highland, B 
Parsons, Kathy Copic, Dawn Lo Conti, Ranessa Barrett. Row three: Director, Judy Mc Laughlin, Gilbf 
Taylor, Tomeka Gibbs, Tara Day, Catherine Mc Guinness, Dan Burke, Colleen Longshaw, Kevin Granil 
Matt Orgovan, Carl Furlan. Not pictured: Wayne Amdt, Mark Browne. 





Fall Play 



"Let's have a look at this one!" says Tomeka Gibbs, trying to talk Kathy Cop 
into an extravagant, expensive wedding. 

Bill Parsons consoling his daughter. Tiffany Highland, before her wedding: "1 
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ture Educators of America, Row one: Laura Dengel, Jenna Brzeczkowski. Row two: Adviser, Mrs. Judy Zubizarreta, 
artha Urh, Tara Van Ho, Carrie Howell, Mary Kiral, Sara Kuhen, Adviser, Mr. Frank Jablonski. 



uclid Future Educators of 
America{EFEA) was 
designed to introduce 
students to the field of 
education. EFEA not only 
covers the field of class- 
room teaching, but also 
special service personnel 
(counselors, teachers aides, 
etc.) and administrative jobs 
(superintendent, principal, 
etc.). This club explored all 
tlie aspects of teaching. 
They participated in many 
activities such as observing 
at work and tutoring. Every 
year they attended local and 
state Future Educators of 
America meetings. The 
executive board consisted 
of Laura Dengel-President, 
Jenna Brzeczkowski- Vice- 
President, Carrie Howell- 
Secretary, Mary Kiral- 
Conesponding Secretary 
and Tara Van Ho- 
Treasurer. Mr. Frank 
Jablonski and Mrs. Judy 
Zubizarreta were the 
advisers. 

-Carrie Howell 





"The Future Educators of America is a group 
where you meet others who want to become a 
teacher, a counselor or a principal. ..You get to 
experience first hand how thing are run. We get to 
visit other schools and shadow teachers and see 
different ways of teaching and do a one-on-one 
basis kind of thing to get some experience." 
-Carrie Howell 



Jenna Brzeczkowski, Tara Van Ho and Emieliza Brown listen to 

adviser, Mrs. Judy Zubizarreta, talk about what they can expect as an 

educator. 

Sarah Kuhen and Jenna Brzeczkowski look over their plans while Tara 

Van Ho and Carrie Howell get ready to begin their meeting. 



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at Euclid to try to 
enhance school 
spirit and to get 
more people 
involved in school 
activities. The 
President was 
Kevin Granite, 
Dan Burke was 
the Vice-President 
and Melanie 
Shippiti^a was the 
Secretary. The 
advisers were Mr. 
Steven Marcu and 
Ms. Diane Maroli 
who both felt that 
the Spirit Club 
could do much for 
increasing the 
attendance at 
school events. The 
members made 
many signs that 
they posted 
throughout the 
school. They 
arranged for buses 
to away football 
and basketball 
games. They 
would sit together 
in the stands and 
fonn a cheering 
section. The Spirit 
Club was very 
popular club with 
more than 1 50 
members. 




Spirit Club, Juiimi^ and Seniors, Row one: Adviser, Diane Maroli, Mariana Oroz, Lindsay Freeman, Doug Zeman, Gini 
Zeman, Kevin Granito, Katie Mc Guinness, Fred Streiff, Bill Parsons. Row two: Shawn Fox, Jason Ganser , Nicoli 
Phillips, Tracy Boyarsky, Stacie Glavan, Kris Eminger, Rafael Brown, Grady Buhaley, Greg Simmons. Row three 
Carrie Morris, Melissa Zahtila, Helene Schwartz, Beth Blatnik, Nichole Christopher, Seth Sederholm, Kris Kletecka 
Rich Slade, Brian Udovic, Steve Ladovich, Joe Kracheck. Row four: Joe Tucceri, Tony Rozic, Jef f Lapuh, Jeff Morris, Bol 
Gorman, Bill Gast, Jon Buchner, Kevin Gray, Brian Tomazic, Brian Vargo. 




Spirit Club 



Spirit Club, Freshmen and Sophomores, Row one: Natalie Mc Gill, Kristen Sacko, Kristen Samsa, Andrew Suchy, Jacl 
Sas, Gina Phillips, Deanna Lauver, Jamie Piscitello, Rob Slade, Dan Burke, Mike Litwinowicz. Row two: Nick Solen 
Brenda Moyer, Dawn Ganser, Stacie Lesefky, Dave Burke, Bud White, Shawn Fox, Angelo Koeth, Alison Fredrie 
Colleen lacofano, Adrijana Alaupovic, Amy Lindic, Lindsay Freeman. Row three: Liz Buchner, Stacy Egrek, Mandy ^ 
Peek, Lori Salvatore, John Morris, Jim S wyt, Tim Walter, Jay Kletecka, Adam Ayer, Tim Fogarty . Row four: Tara Van H 
Tim Long, Dennis Rikolo, Keith Mc Redmond, Dan Burgles, Aubrey Marunowski, Beth Kramer, Anna Vincenti, Da 
Banach, Syreela Smith, Kevin Evans. Row five: Scott Simmons, Mark Elich, T. J. Collins, TimeDe Wine, Brian Hylken 
Mike Zivnoska, Christy Zevnik, Megan Coyne, Kevin Klocker. 

Brian Tomazic, Melanie 

Shippitka, Gina Zeman, Matt 

Lemieux, Debbie Podmore, 

Maggie Dane, Dan Burke and 

Kevin Granito showing their spirit 

at the first meeting of the Spirit 

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The Sport's Aides were students who helped the 
football, basketball and hockey teams to get ready for 
their games. They brought the players needed 
refreshments, first aid and many other off the field activities 
that were necessary to keep the game going. These dedicated 
girls worked hard to keep the players happy. 



ball Aides, Row one: Hannah Davis, Trainer, Wendy Case, Katie Baioni. Row two: 
ty Praznovsky, Lisa Primosch, Erin Vincenti, Beth Kramer 





Basketball Aides, Row one: Hannah Davis, Katie Baioni. Row two: 
Ryan Campbell, Tami Schultz, Lisa Primoscli. 



key Aides: .Michelle Fogarty, Terese Schneider, Ranessa Barrett. 

^fter catching a pass against Lakewood, Sparky Birkett's knee was injured on the 
tackle. Here you see Joe Bailey, Katie Baioni, Pete Schwenke and Wendy Case 

attending to him. 




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An important part of any school is its staff. 
There must be communication between the 
staff and the students. In order to accomplisl] 
the job of learning there must be a smooth working 
relationship between all the different people on the 
staff such as teachers, secretaries, custodians and food 
service employees. Euclid has always had a good 
relationship between the different groups so that the 
business of learning can proceed. 



Ebony Taylor and 
Louis Besses are 

taking advantage of 

tiie academic 

opportunities at 

Euclid by enrolling 

in a chemistry 

course that will help 

them in their pursuit 

of higher education. 



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showing the 

intricacies of social 

studies to some 

freshmen. 




Some of the staff at Euclid that try to 
help establish order in the everyday 
world of education were Mr. Charles 
Reno, Mr. Ben Pasquale, Mrs. Katie 
Morris, Mr. Jim Presot and Mr. Dan 
Wensing. 




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School Board members; David A. Lawrence, Vice-President, Carol EuclidSchool's Administration, Row one: John P. Fell, Assistant for Superintf 
DeWine, President, Carol Bechtel, Barbara E. Kramer, K. F. Van Ho. dent; Patti Pedersen, Business Manager. Row two: Robert McLaughlin, Din 

tor of Pupil Personnell; Lowell B. Davis, Treasurer; Kurt Stanic, Superintends 
of Schools; Richard Jenkins, Director of Human Resources; Robert Knu 
Director of Secondary Education. 



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Principal 
9th grade Unit Principal 

Justin Antonini 

Associate Principal 
9th grade Unit Principal 

Michael Ward 

10th grade Unit Principal 



Michelle Ayers 

nth grade Unit Principal 

Ben Pasquale 

12th grade Unit Principal 

Spencer Kane 

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Freshmen S 



Bill Gooding 

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Freshmen M,N,0,P 



The guidance department underwent a major reorganiza- 
tion for the 1993-94 school year. In 1991 the offices were 
organized on a total alphabetical system with only the 
freshmen being separated from the rest of the school. This 
year the organization was changed back to grade levels. It 
was found that this would enable the unit principals and 
counselors to specialize in the areas that are the most 
important to each class. Now, students would have the 
same counselors throughout their stay at Euclid. 

Not only was the arrangement altered, the position of 
the offices was also changed. Instead of being concentrated 
in the Administrative corridor some of the offices were 
moved to redesigned rooms across from the Library. 
During winter break the offices were again moved to the 
Panther Den and tutors and foreign language offices moved 
in to the second floor rooms. This was done to spread the 
administrative presence throughout the building and not 
just concentrate it in one small area. 



Audree Fox 

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Freshmen X,Y,Z 



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Freshmen V,W 




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Freshmen T,U 



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Freshmen Q,R 

Bill Dwyer 

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Senior 

counselor, Mr. 

Bill Gooding, 

helped senior, 

Courtney 

Miranda, 

decide on her 

future plans. 




The goal of the staff at Euclid High School was to 
provide each student with a chance to get the best 
education that he or she could. In order to do this the 
staff had to put in long hours preparing lessons, making and 
grading tests, grading papers, attending meetings, filling out 
reports, making schedules and doing all the other things 
necessary to keep the school running. It was a jungle out 
there. 




Alex Dzerowicz and Barbara Spiga get among their students while 
presenting a lesson while Tom Halbedel and Dick York work 
together at the beginning of the year to pass out books to their 

students. 

Sarah-Irene Nehrig, Emieliza Brown and Jennifer Grisard and many 
other class members enjoy much of their time in class. 




Academics 




Jane Addis, English, Social 

Studies. 

Laura Adelstein, Vocational 

Home Economics. 

Alex Allan, Law Enfoj-ce- 

ment. 

Earl Archibald, Custodian 

Bill Attamante, Work-Study 

Coordinator 



Ronald Backos, Biology 
Tom Banc, Social Studies, 
Govt,/GEO-Current Issues, 
Head Football Coach. 
Ethel Barbish, Security 
Aide. 

John Barcza, Science Topics, 
High School Science. 
Joyce Barrett, Vocational 
Home Economics. 
Stan Bender, A.P. Biology, 
Advanced Biology, 
Introduction to Living 
Things,Science Department 
Chairperson. 
Allen Black, A.V. Techni- 
cian, Key Club, A.V. Club. 
Dolores Black, English. 
Mary Black, Cafeteria 
Supervisor. 

Gene Brearton, Personal 
Computers, Math. 

Barbara Breeden, Physics, 
Science. 

Pat Buck, Physical 
Education. 

Kendra Callihan, Math. 
Judith Carmody, Sopho- 
more and Senior English, 
Student Council Adviser, 
Holiday Play director. 
Wendy Case, Sports 
Trainer. 

Lisa Cheshier, Orchestra 

Director, Assistant Band 

Director. 

Marie Clark, Home 

Economics. 

Carmen Colaianni, 

Custodian. 

Harold Daugherty, Health, 

Head Basketball Coach. 

Merry Dolter, Library 

Assistant. 

Sue Drienka, A.E.R. 
Instructgor, Asst. Women's 
Basketball Coach Softball 
Coach. 

Terry DuBroy, Math. 
Michael Durbin, Math, 
Computers. 

Alex Dzerowicz, Govern- 
ment, Geopolitics, Current 
Issues, 

Reggie Echols, Industrial 
Technoloev 



Academics 




Ken Ferlito, Varsity Chorale, 
Chorale Masters, Big Show. 
Gale Flament, Art, Photogra- 
phy. 
Jane Fowler, Treasurer. 
Dan Francetic, Astronomy. 
Holly Freedman, Design, 
Painting, Portfolio, Art 
Department Chairperson. 



Maria Garza, Spanish. 
Barbara Gates, Vocational 
Special Eciucation Coordina- 
tor. 
Ed Greisl, Custodian. 
Bea Grushcow, Varsity 
Chorale, Choral Masters. 
Tom Halbedel, Science, Head 
Coach Cross Country, 
Assistant Track Coach. 

|eff Hartman, Social Studies, 
American History, World 
Cultures. 
Robert Heramb, U.S. and 
World History, Varsity Tennis 
Coach. 
Carolyn Heuer, Social 
Studies. 
Suzanne Hines, Latin, 
French. 
Jo Anne Hodder, Counselor's 
Secretary. 
Frank Hoffert, A.P. Euro- 
pean History, American 
Government, Economics/ 
Social Studies Chairperson. 
Dale HoUingsworth, Science. 
Dick Homovec, Physical 
Education, DCT. 
Frank Jablonski, Honors 
English 1, English 1, Future 
Educators of America. 
Joyce Katona, Social Studies, 
English, Math. 
Dennis Kehn, Security. 
Jan Kehn, Principal's 
Secretary. 
Jim Kelley, U.S. History, 
Citizen Bee. 
Ellen Klein, Typing, Word 
Processing, Notetaking, 
Keyboarding 
Ingrid Koenig, German. 

Jane Lellis, Freshman and 

Junior English. 

Betsy Leonetti, Foreign 

Language. 

Joan Lidrbauch, English. 

Joan Linderman, Secretary. 

Mary Lomac, English. 




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^t^YAVo «'*■ Euclid schools undergo an 

C otVVC\'^*" evaluation by the North Central Schools. In 

QX oV^^ the 1992-93 evaluation it was found that Euclid did not 
have a very good attendance rate and that there was an excessive 
mber of tardinesses to school and class. Because of that a new tardy policy 
A Y^^O- l-^"^ ~ was instituted for the 1993-94 school year. The previous four-minute passing time was 

V^Cl-V lengthened to five minutes with the extra minute coming from the classes which were shortened to 44 minutes. 

>- With the longer passing time, any student who arrived late to class was given a 45 minute detention which had to be 

served before or after school within two weeks of the tardiness. Because of the policy there were fewer students late to class. 

Unit 

Principal, 
Mr. Ben 
Pasquale, 

says that 
"tardiness to 
school is still 
a problem. 
Not much 
different 
from 
previous 
years. 
Between 
class 
tardiness has 



gone down.. .tardiness is a habit, habits can be broken. 
Most effective if it comes from within.. .when they see a 
need for change." 





Mrs. Joan Paskert knows the value of coming to class on time every day and enforces the 

tardy policy in this algebra classe. 

Mr. Pete Schwenke is trying to impress the virtues of being on time to Rhiannon Brenner. 




Home Economics teacher, Mrs. 
Paula Sheridan, had "no previ- 
ous problems" and she assigns 
detentions if students "come in 
after the bell rings." 



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Beginning in the fall of 
1993 a new grading 
policy was established 
at Euclid. The new plan had 
tv\o major differences. 
Advanced placement classes 
gave 5.0 point A's, Honor 
classes gave 4.5 point A's and 
level tliree to level eight 
classes gave 4.0 point A's. 
The other difference was that 
pluses and minuses were part 
of the grade. A "B-plus" 
counted more than a "B" and 
so on. This was considered 
more fair so that colleges and 
employers could determine 
whether a student had a high 
or low grade and not just an 
A,B, CorD, 




The grading scale shown on the board in Steve Zahurskys class will not be acceptable at the end of the grading period sinc( 
it does not take into account the pluses and minuses in the grade. 




Mr. Robert Petrovic trying to 

explain some of the intricacies of the 

new grading scale to his students. 

The new grading scale will affect 
every student at Euclid High School. 

Mr. Dan Wensing doesn't appear to 

be too worried about the new 

grading policy. We'll just have to get 

used to it. 




Academics 




Ken Lowe, English, Fine Arts. 

Margaret Lucas, Librarian, 

Media Specialist. 

Marc Manburg, Accounting, 

Adv. Accounting, Personal 

and Business Law, Business 

Dept. Chairperson. 

Steve Marcu, Psychology, 

American History, Basketball 

Coach. 

Diane Maroli, Social Studies. 

Kathleen Marsh, Library 

Media Specialist, Department 

Chairperson. 

George Martinsen, Security 

Aide. 

Barbra, Masseria, Social 

Studies. 

Allan Matko, OWA, Science. 

Karen Mc Gill, English. 



Judith Mc Laughlin, A. P. 

English, Junior English, Fine 

Arts, Fall Play Director. 

Sandi Mc Redmond, 

Secretary. 

Edie Mellen, Commercial 

Art. 

Carol Meyers, Library Staff. 

Mary Jane Miceli, General 

Art, Crafts, Drawing. 

Diane Minach, Security. 

Aldona Miskinis, Algebra, 

Geometry, College Trig. 

Ray Montani, Voc. 

Automotives. 

Katie Morris, Biological 

Science. 

Carole Niebes, Freshman 

and junior English. 



Margaret Nielsen, GRADS 

Program. 

Joan Paskert, Algebra, Math, 

S.A.D.D. Adviser. 

Adam Pawlowski, Computer 

Coordinator, Math, Academic 

Challenge Adviser. 

Jo-Rita Perez, Honors 

Algebra 11, Geometry, Basic 

Math. 

Mike Peterson, Security. 

Deborah Petrick, Spanish I, 

II. 

Robert Petrovic, A. P. 

English, English 1, English 
Dept. Chairperson. 
Roy Pignatiello, Math, 
I'ersonal Computers, Asst. 
Football Coach, Head Girl's 
Basketball Coach. 
Sally Pla, French, German. 
Ronald Powaski, World 
History, A.P. American 
History. 



Academics 




Jim Presot, Marketing and 
Advanced Marketing, 
Accounting, Fresliman Soccer 
Coach, F.B.L.A., D.E.C.A. 
Barbara Ramlow, English 9- 
12, A.F.S. Adviser. 
Robert Ramlow, Healthy, 
Physical Education Depart- 
ment Chairperson, Track 
Coach. 
Charles Reno, A. P. Physics 
and Calculus, Radio Club 
WA8ZGE. 
Penny Roberts, Math. 
Joe Rodriguez, Physical 
Education. 
Debbie Rudder, Personal 
Development, Family Relations 
& Life Planning, Action Club 
Adviser. 
Joyce Russo, English. 
Joyce Sadowsky, Main Office 
Secretary. 
Sandy Sanborn, Algebra II, 
Geometry, Math Analysis, 
Math Dept. Chairperson. 
Greg Sattler, Occupational 
Work Experience. 
Bette Schmeling, Chemistry. 
Cheryl Schossler, Math & 
English Intervention. 
Ken Schriner, Business. 
Fred Schroeder, Industrial 
Technology. 

Donata Schultz, Health 

Aide. 

Pete Schwenke, Physical 

Education. 

Mickey Segulin, Health 

Aide. 

Nick Selvaggio, Law 

Enforcement. 

Jan Severino, O.W.E. 



Laura Sharp, Attendance 

Secretary. 

Mike Sheck, OWA Work 

Adjustment, SAT School 

Supervisor, Asst. Football 

Coach. 

Elaine Sheridan, Specific 

Learning Disabihties. 

Paula Sheridan, Foods 1. 

Jim Simpson, Social Studies. 

Bonnie Smith, French I & II, 

Spanish 1 & II. 

Robert Smith, Architecture, 

Advanced Drafting, Small 

Engines, Introduction to 

Welding. 

Wayne Smith, Honors 

World History, African 

Asian Literature. 

Frank Soltesz, Science. 

Barbara Spiga, English, 

Speech, Peer Tutors Adviser. 





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r "W" T hen students 
»/%/ returned to Euclid 
V T in the Fall they 
und that many of the 
(unselor's offices had been 
oved to the second floor 
;ross from the Library. Then, 
ter Winter vacation, the 
fices were again moved into 
e Panther Den and tutors 
id foreign language teachers 
oved into the second floor 
Tices. One of the reasons for 
)ing this was to spread the 
Iministrative influence 
iroughout the building and 
jt have it concentrated all in 
ae place. This was some 
udents didn't have to go as 
ir to get to an administrator, 
ne definite advantage was 
lat the offices were not as 
amped as they were before. 




cial Studies teacher, Mr. Steve 
ircu, had to get used to going to a 
ferent place when he wanted to find 
administrator. 

idents spend most of their time in 
ss but when they had to see some- 
e in the administrative offices it was 
a different place from the previous 
ar. 




These freshmen in Mr. 
Jablonski's English 
class did not know 
how the offices had 
been changed from the 
previous year since 
this was their first year 
at Euclid but they still 
found the school con- 
fusing since it was so 
large and not every- 
thing was ready when 
they arrived in the fall. 




Laura Sharp, the attendance secretary, is now 
located in the Main Office along with Joyce 
Sadowsky. 

Jim Wolf, Jodi Shields and Danielle Picard 

are working hard in class but if they had to go 
to the office it would be in a different place than 
it was the previous year. 




Mrs. Judy Zubizarreta working hard in her 
office before school. 



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Euclid acquires a surveillance system at the high 



Vocational Law Enforcement began as a one-year course 
for seniors at Euclid in 1988. It has now evolved into a 
two-year course for juniors and seniors and this year 
obtained a television surveillance system. There are several 
cameras set up at strategic locations inside and outside the 
building. The law enforcement students could manipulate the 
cameras to focus in on anything they may felt was suspicious. The 
images were recorded on video tape. The camera system was 
provided by the state vocational program and, therefore, didn't 
cost Euclid much money. Because Euclid was the only school in 
the area to offer the program there were students from Mentor, 
Mayfield, Eastlake North, Willoughby South and Bmsh attending. 



Math teacher, Mr. Gene Brearton, feels that the Law Enforcement program helps 
Euclid students learn about a career in security. 

Math and computer teacher, Mr. Mike Durbin, is shown relaxing in the thoughts 
that the computers that he uses for teaching are more secure with the better 
security system. 




Joe Brkic and Danielle De 

Boe walking down the hall 
being little aware that they 
could be observed by the 
Law Enforcement class. 



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Euclid has a lot of expensive 
equipment like these micro- 
scopes which must be protected 
since there are people who 
would like to take it. 




The Career Exploration program began last year and gives 

students a chance to see what workers actually do on the 

job. Students select a field that they are interested in and 

are teamed up with someone with that kind of job for 

several days. Career Exploration adviser, Ms. Margaret 

Knauss, talks to Chris Kletecka and Mike Banach about 

the program. 




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Barb Springer, 10, 11, 12th 
Grade Secretary. 
Veronica Stadler, Health, 
Physical Education. 
Judith Stobinski, 9th & 10th 
Grade English, Eucuyo Co- 
sponsor. 

Michael Sustin, Introduction 
to Physics and Chemistry, 
Chemistry. 

Diane Tizzano, Marching 
Band, Jazz Band, Concert 
Band, Pep Band, Choraliers. 
parol Tkac, Sophomore 
English, Freshman & Junior 
Honors English, Eucuyo 
Adviser. 

Chris Torrelli, Biology, 
Science, Science Olympics. 
Peggy Torzewski, Library 
Assistant. 

Pat Turk, Bookstore Manager. 
Dennis Turkall, Algebra I & 
II, College Trig., Basic Math, 
Baseball and Basketball 
Coach. 

Alline Tyler, Business. 
Bill Von Benken, Chemistry, 
A. P. Chemistry, Yearbook 
Adviser. 

Phyllis Walsh, Unit Secretary. 
Bob Walsmith, Basic Math, 
Algebra. 

Connie Warman, Athletic 
Secretary. 

Dan Wensing, Algebra, Math 
for Modern Living, Personal 
Computers, Analysis. 
Richard Wherley, Chemistry, 
Survey Adviser, Science 
Olympics Adviser. 
Mary White, American 
History, World Cultures. 
Dick York, Science, Enghsh, 
Special Education Dept. 
Chairperson. 

Judy Zubizarreta, Spanish, 
Foreign Language Dept. 
Chairperson. 



Teachers supply much guid- 
ance to their students. After 
scoring one of his many touch- 
downs, Pepe Pearson was 
given some words of ad vice by 
head coach, Tom Banc. 



Coach, Dan Wensing, gives I 
some ideas to Charlie Smialek | 

between plays. 



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Underclassmen range from people who ; 
are brand new to the school (fresh ; 
men), to people who are very experi- 1 
enced in the ways of the school (juniors). Most i 
of them are hard working people who want to ': 
be able to succeed in the world and reahze that i 
a high school education is only the beginning if 
they are to be successful. Underclassmen have 
to be able to sort out the necessary stimuli 
from the unnecessary ones to be able to attain 
their goals. 



Danielle Picard, Dana Malaney t)nd 

Jodi Shields are close friends and 

always seem to have something to 

talk about. Talking is one way that 

uncomfortable situations can be 

resolved. 

Missy Koerber, Kelly Smith and 

Missy Bonfiglio realize that 

participating in sports is one way to 

meet people with similar interests 

and make friends. 




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Dana Finotti and Margie Mihalic 

know that friendship is very impor- 
tant in surviving in the world. 

Gina Zeman wants to be close to her 
friend, Nikki Christides, while they 
do their work in the library. 





Dannika Witten and Narketa Wooten are trying to get 
as much material from their class as the can. 

Helene Schwartz, Wendy Lapuh and Angela Meros 

realize that it is important to work hard in their classes so 
they have a greater chance of going on for higher educa- 
tion. 




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Freshmen entering Euclid 
found themselves in a 
new and extremely 
large environment. When 
asked what their first impres- 
sion of the school was the 
majority replied that it was 
BIG! ! It was far larger that the 
middle schools that they were 
accustomed to. The fact that it 
was so hot in August when 
school began made the 
transition to the high school 
uncomfortable for many 
freshmen. As the year pro- 
gressed, however, the weather 
cooled and saidents became 
familiar with the sights and 
sounds of the school and most 
adjusted to the high school 
way of life. 




Freshmen gathered around the vending machines in the cafeteria during their first day of school to get something to ea 






Ben Banks and La Monte Foster trying to get their sched- 
ules sorted out from the jungle of problems that occurred 
during the first few days of school. Mrs. Jan Kehn is the 
principal's secretary who is trying to help everyone at 
once. 

Because of the storm of July 28, the light poles around the 
football field were bent and had to be replaced. 



Stacie Richmond and Veronica Radolovic are trying to figure out what they an 
going to get for lunch their first day at Fuclid. It was a hot day and they hat 
shortened classes and they were trying to get through their schedules. 



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Laura Abshire 
Marcus Adams 
Tracey Appling 
Nicholas Aquilano 
Dominic Armaro 
Wayne Arndt 
Casey Arp 

Qiana Arthur 
Adam Ayer 
Katherine Baioni 
Dawn Baizel 
David Banach 
Debynyhan Banks 
Lawrence Banks 

Andre Bankston 
Angela Barber 
Greg Barker 
David Barkoot 
Keith Baron 
Monique Bateman 
Brian Beatty 

Kate Bechtel 
Jeffrey Beck 
Scott Beck 
Tiffany Begg 
Richard Belanich 
Kahsha Bell 
Lavory Benjamin 

Daniel Bergolc 
Ariana Best 
Kristie Bialko 
Frederick Blatnik 
Simeon Boddie 
Emily Bode 
Becky Boos 

Keith Boyes 
Crystal Bradek 
Johnny Bragg Jr. 
Latisha Bray 
Rhiannon Brenner 
Gregory Bresler 
Christina Brewster 

David Brinovec 
Charles Brooks 
Christopher Brown 
Deleonte Brown 
Jerin Brown 
Mark Browne 
David Burke 

Tiffany Butler 
Corey Callahan 
Tiarla Calwise 
Christopher Campbell 
Brendan Carey 
William Carlton 
Jennifer Carlson 



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Casey Carmichael 

Laura Carse 

Eric Casiato 

Robby Casiato 

Charles Ceranowicz 

Edward Ceranowicz 

Terrance Chambers 

Amy Chandler 

Paige Chandler 

Angelo Ciarlillo 

Mark Cindric 

Angelo Cirino 

Laura Cirino 

Christine Clark 

Darnell Clark 
Shane Clarkson 
Sherita Coffey 
James Coleman 
Sharonda Coleman 
Donisha Collins 
Vanessa Collins 

Jeron Cooper 

Ocurlest Cooper 

Kizzy Crider 

Annette Cunningham 

Cory Cunningham 

Nicholas Cyganski 

Jessica D'Apice 

Jennifer David 

Amanda Davis 

Damien Davis 

Jennifer Davis 

Lori Dean 

Richard Di Bartolomeo 

Stephanie Di Biase 

David Dickard 

Carly Dillon 

Shannon Dindia 

Elizabeth Domin 

Jodi Dominick 

Sonia Dooley 

Jacqueline Doolin 

Shannon Dorsey 

Sheree Dotson 

Michael Doyle 

Jerry Du Bose Jr. 

Jonathan Duval 

Jessica Earick 

Kelly Echols 

Shawntae Edwards 

Laurie Elek 

Kevin Evans 

Vatreisha Farrow 

Ann Feldcamp 

Candaqce Ferguson 

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Richard Figuero 
Noella Fitzpatrick 
Samuel Fleischer 
Kelly Fletcher 
Timothy Fogarty 
Mark Fording 
Tiyona Fort 

Courtney Foster 
Damon Foster 
Lamonte Foster 
Michelle Fox 
Sean Fox 
Johnny Frazier 
Allison Fredrick 

Melissa Friedel 
Jennifer Frieden 
Lisa Fulton 
Davina Gage 
Travis Gallon 
Lemuel Gardner 
Brian Gecewich 

Charles Genaro 
Reginald George Jr. 
David Giancola 
Robyn Gildersleeve 
Marcus Givens 
Paul Glowacki 
Adam Godec 

Jeffrey Gorman 
Malinda Graves 
Martel Graves 
Jamie Greskowiak 
Mary Grieshammer 
Ciara Griesmar 
Michael Guarnieri 

Carolyn Gudaitis 
Jeffrey Guttu 
Milton Hall 
Joshua Halstead 
Randolph Hammond 
Anthony Harris 
Damian Harris 

David Harris 
Demetrius Harris 
John Harris III 
Kortni Harris 
Maurice Harris 
Richard Harris Jr. 
William Hartman III 

Sharonda Hayes 
Damien Higgins 
Ambreese Hill 
La Quita Hill 
Monroe Hillsman 
Adam Hines 
Kelly Hiscott 



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Bradley Hodge 

Samantha Hoffa 

Marjorie Holeman 

Latrica HoUins 

Oatacia Hollins 

Melissa Hoppert 

Florence Horton 

Shawn Howard 

Nicole Hrdlicka 

Rebecca Hren 

Michael Hubbard 

De Auntie Hughes 

Joi Hutton 

Jerry Jeffrey 

Karenina Jeffries 

Jarain Jenkins 

David Jenko 

Christine Jernejcic 

Brandon Johnson 

Fernandes Johnson 

Shawnte Johnson 

Nicole Johnson 

Christopher Jones 

Robert Jones 

Jamie Jordan 

Ivan Jurcic 

Mladen Jurcic 

Jeffrey Kasunic 

Matthew Keiffer 
Jennifer Keller 
Amanda Kelly 
Stacia Ketchum 
Jason Kimball 
Jason Kletecka 
Kristopher Klingmann 

Carolyn Klocker 

Robert Knight 

Albert Koholic 

Cassandra Kolich 

Nicole Kolich 

Margaret Kovach 

Michael Krause 

Brian Kukla 

George La Cava 

John Lallv 

Heather Lamento 

Richard Landsmann 

Ebonie Lane 

Anthony Langham 

Nicholas Lanzaretta 

Todd Lapp 

Devoncvil Lash 

Eric Lassiter 

Nicole Lastoria 

Robert Latsch 

Jamel Lawrence 



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Scott Lawrence 
Anthony Laws 
Akema Lawson 
Andrew Lederer 
Jenna Leonardi 
Stacy Lesefky 
Marquita Lesure 

Jeffrrey Little 
Jason Long 
Maland Long 
Timothy Long 
Eric Lorber 
Phonmany Lothy 
Jaime Lyle 

Michael Madison 
Debra Manzo 
Nicholas Marek 
Colvey Martin 
Isaac Martin 
Monica Martin 
Timothy Mazurik 

Sean Mc Cafferty 
John Mc Clain 
Angel Mc Creary 
Tonya Mc Donald 
Natalie Mc Gill 
Veronica Mc Graw 
Sean Mc Laughlin 

Christopher Mc Mahon 
Andre Mc Michael 
Amanda Mc Peek 
Casey Mc Redmond 
James Meely 
Valerie Mehring 
Mike Melnyk 

Douglas Miller 
Robert Miller 
Diane Miska 
Jo Linette Mitchell 
Erin Montgomery 
Joseph Moore 
Shane Moore 

Anjelko Moric 
John Morris 
Sedrick Morton 
Tameo Mosely 
Brenda Moyer 
Katrina Murphy 
Adrienne Nadvornik 

Maria Negolfka 
Jessica Nelson 
Patrina Nickson 
Joseph Nosan 
Lee Nosse 
Melissa Novinc 
Kevin Nugent 



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Richard Pecnik 


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Shawn Perry 


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Matthew Pettit 


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Matthew Pikus 


Carolina Pino 




Jamie Piscitello 


Jason Piszko 


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Michael Praskavich 




Michelle Price 


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Veronica Radolovic 


Angela Ramos 


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Shanithra Reed 


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Tiffany Reed 






Venita Reed 






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Cynthia Reese 






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Michael Reksten 






Michael Renko 






Stacy Richmond 






Michael Riczinger 






Rokita Riddle 






Walter Ringfield 




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Jason Robinson 




Jill Robinson 




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Willie Robinson 




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Harold Rogers 






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Angela Cutter 
and Angela 

Barber taking a 
lunch break their 
first day at Euclid 
High School. 
Angela Barber 
said that Euclid 
was "big and hot 
and it smells 
sweaty now". 



lel Short and Tina Taylor talk the counselor, Mr. Bill Dwyer, during the 
days of school trying to get their schedules arranged. 





isty Brewster and Jason Long in the Adn\inistrative Corridor with I'rinci- 
Mr. Bill Scoggan, Associate Principal, Mr. Justin Antonini and math 
her, Mrs. Terry DuBroy. 

Tony Laws said "it's big" when asked 
aboutEuclid and Kris Klingmann said 
he's "looking forward to 3:00 p.m." 
and that "I don't mind going to lunch 
and study hall but I'll work so 1 can 
pass". 



"I'm waitmg for the air conditioning to go on" says Noella Fitzpatrick during 
her first day of school. 

Allison Fredrick, Noella Fitzpatrick and Lisa Fulton are seen here waiting for 
their class to begin. 




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Amber Sabel 

Kristin Sacko 

Amie Salerno 

Catherine Salisbury 

Laurie Salvatore 

Tyrone Sammons 

Kristin Samsa 

Colette Sarns-Gaunt 

Jaclyn Ses 

Michael Scalese 

Jeffrey Schill 

Dawn Schultz 

Stephanie Schulz 

Heather Scott 

Maria Scott 

Joseph Senart II 

Thomas Setser 

Christopher Sheehan 

Jeffrey Shields 

Rachel Short 

Katie Sierputowski 

Scott Simmons 

Jabari Sims 

William Skrab 

Robert Slade 

Christina Smith 

Gregory Smith 

Jeffrey Smith 

Matthew Smith 

Kimberly Smola 

Rion Smyth 

Nicholas Solema 

Paul Solema 

Valerie Spears 

David Spooner 

Derek Stanic 

Romerol Stanton 

Lyie Steelman 

Christa Stern 

Christine Stewart 

Delmar Stewart 

Dale Stigamier 

Marquis Still 

Angela Suchy 

Creighton Sulecki Jr. 

James Swyt 

David Tabb 

Patricia Tate 

Colleen Taylor 

Darrell Taylor 

Gilbert Taylor II 

Ronald Taylor Jr. 

Tina Taylor 

Patrick Telich 

Angela Tetter 

Faith Thomas 





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Brian Thompson 
Mirl Timmons 
David Tisi 
Jacqueline Tran 
Lydia Uhr 
Dana Vance 
Sue Vargo 

John Vegal II 
David Verrocchi 
Todd Vide 
Erin Vincenti 
Dennis Vitolo Jr. 
Brian Vuyancih 
Kirk Waganek 

Shawn Waganek 
Jennifer Waina 
Kathleen Walker 
Norman Walker 
Teriesha Walker 
Timothy Walter 
Lydell Ware 

Kevin Warik 
Sarah Was 
Clentonio Watson 
Anna Wein 
Beth Weinbrecht 
Kenneth Wells Jr. 
Patrick Welsh 

Christopher White 
Ryan Whitely 
Tyrone Whitley 
Warden Whittington 
Leonard Wilkerson 
Bobby Williams Jr. 
James Williams 

Robert Williams 
Tamika Williams 
Owen Willis 
Anthony Wilson 
David Wilson 
Marianne Wilson 
Wynoka Wilson 

Starla Withers 
Denise Witten 
Andrea Woodard 
Anthony Woodard 
Montie Wright 
Gwen Wurm 
Allen Yasko 

Mark Yelich 
Douglas Zeman 
Richard Zagabik III 
Michael Zivnoska 
Matthew Zorko 
Timothy Zorman 
Jason Zupancic 



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The sophomore year was an enjoyable one for 
most students. The building was much more 
familiar and it was much easier to find your 
way around. After escaping from the ninth grade 
most students were able to establish themselves as 
young adults who wanted to get ahead. Many chose 
that year to become involved in the many extracur- 
ricular activities that were available such as sports 
and clubs. 




Jaina Blackford, Meghan Orazen, Amanda Edsall and Sara Arnold were 
enjoying their sopliomore year when they dressed up for Halloween. 



Larry Dissauer is learning how to manage his time between his studies an^ 
everything else he is involved in. 




Sophomores 





Caron Abshire 
Brandi Adams 
Christina Adams 
Leah Adams 
Latasha Adamson 
Jasaon Agnew 

Adrijana Alaupovic 
Jamell Anderson 
Sarah Arnold 
Brandon Ashley 
Bridgette Atlas 
Da Von Avery 



Tomika Ball 
Will Banks 
Nicole Barbis 
Brandon Barbish 
Keyonna Barfield 
Melanie Barkin 



Charles Barnard 
Ranessa Barrett 
Steven Barrett 
Kathryn Bauer 
WiUiam Becay 
Brigita Begovic 

Bryan Benak 
Melanie Bergolc 
John Bertovic 
Andrew Beuck 
Donna Beuoy 
Melikssa Bialko 



David Bischof 
Jaina Blackford 
Christopher Bock 
Joseph Bojc 
Daunte Bolden 
Benjamin Bolding 

Melissa Bonfiglio 
Kristy Boos 
Sommer Boswell 
Kerry Brokaw 
Adrian Brooks 
Cherria Broome 



Dale Brown 
Stefanie Brown 
Tomika Brown 
Ehzabeth Buchner 
Patrick Bujnocki 
Brandi Buttari 



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Danielle Calabrese 

Jason Cangemi 

Timothy Carney 

Benjamin Carr 

Daniel Carr 

Charles Carter III 

Jennifer Cerjan 
William Cesa 
Amira Chambers 
David Champa 
Frank Cheraso 
Daniel Cherkas 



Tameshala Childress 
Martha Chitwood 
Ppj Robert Chmielewski 
Magdalen Christopher 
Anita Clark 
Nicole Clark 



Richard Clark 

Katie Clark 

Sadie Coats 

Kimberly Coleman 

Alan Collier 

Nikiesha Collins 



Daniel Corleto 

Jill Corrigan 

Glenn Cotton 

Megan Coyne 

Alia Crawford 

Kristopher Croft 



Kelly D'Apice 

Julie Dacar 

Mary Ann Dacar 

J Domenic Dalla Riva 

Nathaniel Davis 

Stephanie Dawson 



Timothy De Wine 

La Donti Dickson 

Andrew Dirk 

Jerome Dismukes Jr. 

Lawrence Dissauer 

Dana Dobucki 



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Ray Dorsey 

Kathleen Dougherty 

Nichole Duchon 

Kesha Dudley 

Ana Dugandzic 

Joseph Dula 




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Steven Duncan 
Danielle Ebright 
Robert Edmonds Jr. 
Amanda Edsall 
Jason Edwardson 
Stacy Egrek 

Andrew Eminger 
Thomas Erak 
Christina Fabert 
Nichole Fenick 
Dana Finotti 
lason Fiorille 



Allison FitzGerald 
Jamie Fox 
Nicole Frano 
Kristijan Gabrijel 
Dawn Ganser 
Dreama Gardner 



Vonda Gardner 
Markus Garlauskas 
Kristina Geiger 
Nicole Genovese 
Richard Gentile 
Meigan Gerich 

Catherine Gibbons 
Wendy Gibson 
Melaney Gilliam 
Beckie Glavan 
Aileen Glowacki 
Margaret Good 

Brandon Goodman 
Brannen Goodman 
Melissa Gorman 
De Juan Goulde 
Timothy Grabianowski 
Brendan Grady 

Kathleen Graham 
Scott Granito 
Derrick Grant 
Jeffrey Grundman 
Zinzila Haddon 
Lauren Hadyk 

Kaiser Hamelin 
Sherika Hamilton 
Fredrick Hance 
Corri Hanna 
La Tassha Harper 
Khyra Harris 




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Venita Harris 

Aaron Harsh 

Andrew Harsh 

Tracey Hartman 

Jonathan Hartshorn 

KhaUlah Heard 

James Hegedus 

Eric Heiss 

Djranell Henderson 

Robert Henson 

Michael Heramh 

Scott Herbert 



Steven Higham 

Aurieka Hill 

Cherie Hinton 

Dwayne Hinton 

Anthony Hocevar 

Twshanaa Hollins 



Sharon Hollis 

Richard Holly 

Dennis Holstein 

Lisa Hoover 

Michael Houle 

La toy a Howard 

Jennifer Hrovat 

James Humar 

Katherine Humbert 

Nigel Hunter 

Brian Hylkema 

Colleen lacofano 



Krista lannetta 

Leandra Ibarra 

William Irons 

Caroline Jackson 

John Jackson 111 

Kayola Jackson 

Donshay Jenkins 

Jason Jenkins 

Kelly Jeric 

Jacinda Johnson 

Jacques Johnson 

Nicole Johnson 

Brandi Jones 

Cassandra Jones 

Jason Jones 

Sarah Kale 

Alia Kaminskaya 

Leslie Kausek 



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Erica Kavcic 
Mark Ketchum 
Heather Kinison 
Christopher Kinkopf 
Kevin Klocker 
Kathryne Kocin 

MeHssa Koerber 
Angela Koeth 
Zackery Kovit 
EHzabeth Kramer 
Alexandra Kucinski 
Marlene Kugel 

Doraja Lake 
Gemini Lane 
Anthony Laurich 
Robin Lausche 
Deanna Lauver 
Valonte Lawson 



Dustin Leasure 
Erin Lesefky 
David Lewis 
Amy Lindic 
Thomas Lishing 
Dawn Lo Conti 



Adam Loew 
George Lombardo 
Vincent Lombardo 
Colleen Longshaw 
Christopher Lucido 
Brian Lunar 



Kevin Lynch 
Brian Lyons 
Sultan Lyons 
Michael Macek 
Antwan Mack 
Caroline Mack 



Christian Mahovlic 
Joe Mallard 
Christina Marcelli 
Stacey Marinelli 
Aubrey Marunowski 
Katie Masterson 



Sahriah Matthews 
Angelyn Mattson 
Kimberly Maurer 
Brian Maxwell 
Ricky Maxwell 
Kevin Mc Cartney 



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SoDnomores 




Nancy Pekol realizes that by being a sophomore she is able to 
play on the JV basketball team and be able to move up to 

varsitv later on. 




Cametsha 



"My sophomore year differs 
from my freshman year 
because its a whole lot easier 
sirice a lot more people have 
matured more in the years 
I've been here and I tliink 
that's a great difference. I've 
done a whole lot better this 
year than last year. I need to 
get more involved in more 
activities which will prob- 
ably help my academic 
successes". 




"It is more 
fun. I am 
acquainted 
with more 
people after 
being here for 
a year and 
you get more 
respect". 




"As a sopho- 
more, I devel- 
oped more 
school spirit 
by joining 
clubs, partici- 
pating in 
sports, and 
attending 
various school 
events". 



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DONA^LD PEPPERCORN, D.DS., M.S. 

Diplomaitr Of The Amcncan Board Of Orihodonlics 

Orthodontics for Adults & Children 



35104 Euclid Avenue 
Willoughby, Ohio 



946-0088 




een Miklowski, Jennifer Hrovat, 
jela Miklavcic, Jennie Mc Creight 
Joe Dula know that being a sopho- 
"6 means that they are more mature 
T they were a year ago but there is still 
t of growing up to be done before they 
'e high school. 




"Sophomores aren't picked on since they 
aren't freshmen but they're not considered 
upperclassmen so people don't really notice 
you as much as when we were freshmen". 



Di'Paolo's 
House of Beauty 

911 East 222nd St. 

261-7272 

Beauty Is Our Business 

We Specialize In 

Permanents And 

Haircutting 





"You get more responsi- 
bility and its easier to do 
what you want because 
people know that you can 
handle it". 





Trish 0'idra 



"I think sophomore year is 
the worst year, because 
you're not a freshman, and 
freshmen everyone likes, 
everyone knows who the 
freshmen are because 
they're new but once 
you're a sophomore you're 
not old enough for people 
to care about you being an 
upperclassman-in between 
and in the middle". 




"The activities are more 
fun because you've been 
through them once so 
you're more of a part of 
the sports and clubs". 





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Jennifer Mc Creight 

Shona Mc Cune 

Dwayne Mc Daniel 

Brendan Mc Gee 

Lakisha Mc Ginnis 

Catherine Mc Guinness 

Catherine Mc Manemy 

Lori Meden 

Brian Medlen 

Lorrie Melton 

Angela Meros 

Christopher Mezzacappa 

Carlo Miceli 

Megan Miezin 

Daniel Mihalic 

Margaret Mihalic 

Angela Miklavcic 

Mark Milicevic 



David Miranda 

Rochelle Mitcham 

Lynnette Mitchell 

James Moore 

Timothy Moriarty 

Todd Mosby 

Michelle Moses 

Regina Motiejunas 

Michael Mukavetz 

Avery MuUins 

Catherine Mytrosevich 

Meghan Nagode 

Daniel Nainiger 
Andrew Nesbett 
Christopher Neurohr 
Brian Newsome 
Julie Ann Newsome 
Heather Nickell 



Mark Nicolosi 

James Nolden 

Carmeesha Norman 

Laura Novak 

Daniel O'Brien 

Nick O'Connor 



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Trisha O'Hara 

Dawnigua O'Neal 

Meghan Orazen 

Dolores Orbanic 

Marc Orlando 

Michael Osredkar 





Sophomores 




William Ostrander 
Ricky Papo 
Nicole Parisi 
Leonidas Patouhas 
Paul Pavicic 
Bobby Peacock 

Nancy Pekol 
Latosha Peoples 
Adam Perusek 
Kimberly Petrik 
Nicholas Pfahl 
Gina Phillips 

Lakisha Phillips 
Soulydeth Phoumyyoth 
Lisa Pike 
Michael Pikus 
James Podboy Jr. 
Vallery Polls 

Joaneice Porch 
Kristy Praznovsky 
Kendra Proctor 
Paul Radolovic 
Anthony Raia 
Rosalyn Rainey 

Theresa Ramey 
Tanisha Ramsey 
Ameenah Rasheed 
Carey Raymond 
Ericka Reaves 
Latina Reddick 



Travis Reed 
Ericia Reiter 
David Renftle 
Derrick Respress 
Douglas Revilla 
Jose Rey 

Alana Roberts 
Nickeesha Robinson 
Tanya Robinson 
Cherese Rocquemore 
Renee Rogers 
Stjepan Rogonjic 

Robert Rosberg 
Mark Roth 
Dominic Russo 
Stephanie Sabo 
Vytas Saldunas 
Marie Salupo 



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The way that Sarah Arnold 

has decorated her locker 
shows "my friends, my fam- 
ily and things I like" . 



Catherine Mc Guinness really 
enjoys school. She is active in 
many organizations and her 
locker shows how she is close 
to "my dad, my family and my 
friends". 



Regina Motiejunas has 

decorated her locker to 
show many of the events 
that she has enjoyed dur- 
ing her time at Euclid. 



Brenda Smith was ir 

volved in activities at Ei 
did and her locker show 
her involvement. She sa) 
that it shows "that I lov 
school". 



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Christina Fabert, Sharon Mollis, 
Kristina Geiger and Gina Phillips 

are active sophomores that enjoy 
participating in many of the ac- 
tivities at Euclid High School. 




Stacia Ketchum and 
Joe Tomino are active 
members of the Pan- 
ther Marching Band 
and participated with 
the band before 
school began in the 
Fall. 





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Steven Scerbovsky 









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Matthew Schmidt 
Christopher Schniegenbert; 
Christopher Schroder 
Kathleen Schultz 
Nicole Schumer 
Randall Scott 



Samuel Scott 
Kristina Sedmak 
Lino Sergo 
Carrie Sharp 
Brent Shaw Jr. 
Marlena Sheesley 



Chad Shuskey 
Colleen Sidak 
loremy Sidhu 
Nicholas Sims 
Dina Singleton 
Rene Slade 



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Steven Slamic 

Kenneth Slaughter 

Raymel Slaughter 

Nicholas Slogar 

Kellie Smerdel 

Jamie Smialek 

Ebon Smiciklas 

Alfonso Smith 

Angelic Smith 

Brenda Smith 

Devilin Smith 

Formeka Smith 



Jennifer Smith 

Kelly Smith 

Michael Smith 

Syreeta Smith 

Wayne Smith 

Heather Spencer 



Jason Spivey 

Eric Stambaugh 

Tachara Stanton 

Elizabeth Sterl 

Erin Stern 

Jacinda Stewart 



Latell Stewart 

Marlena Stewart 

Thomas Stobierski 

Frederick Streiff 

Dana Stroberg 

Igor Sugar 



Donald Sukis 

Michael Summerfield 

Sir Kimberly Summers 

Carlos Taliaferro 

Jennifer Taplin 

Elizabeth Tate 



Matthew Tepley 

David Thomas 

Kareese Thomas 

Peter Thomas 

Anitra Thurman 

Anthony Thurman 

Joseph Tiogo 

Joseph Tomino 

Jaime Toth 

Vuong (Fran) Tran 

Joseph Trotter II 

Joseph Tucceri 





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Dawn Turner 
Tara Van Ho 
Yolanda Van Tilburg 
Bozidar Varga 
Shannon Vargo 
Crystal Vaughn 

Michael Vidra 
Michael Vihtelic 
Brenda Volpe 
Mark Walker 
Monohto Walker 
Shanna Washington 



Cory Watson 
Josiah West 
Megan Westphal 
La Gina White 
Wayman White 
Tawaunna Whitfield 



Jason Wiggins 
Shantee Wilburn 
Ramone Wiley 
Billie Williams Jr. 
Chenise Williams 
Daniel Williams Jr. 



Darnell Williams 
Jacqueline Williams 
Michelle Williams 
Jonathan Willis 
Ginger Wilson 
Jeremy Wilson 

Heather Winton 
Mary Wolf 
Kelly Woodley 
Todd Woodruff 
Shannon Woodworth 
Julie Workman 



Brandi Wright 
Damon Wright 
Richard Wynn 
Mekeleya Yimen 
Joseph Zdesar 
Adam Zeitz 



Kristina Zevnik 
Rachel Zielinski 
Mark Zrim 
Brett Zubek 
Erik Zuno 
Robert Zupancic 



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he junior year of high 
school was one of the 
most important ones in a 
person's education. It 
was a time that students 
had to seriously think 
about what they were 
going to be doing for the fLiture, 
Education after high school was 
almost a necessity if a person 
wanted to get a good job. The days 
when a person could drop out of 
school and get a good job in 
manufacti-iring were gone. Good 
jobs required some schooling after 
high school so many juniors were 
thinking about colleges and 
universities. This meant that tests 
hke the PACT, PSAT, SAT and 
ACT had to be prepared for and 
taken. The courses that students 
took had to be compatible with 
what they were planning to go in 
to. Junior year also usually meant 
that the student had their driver's 
hcense and many had cars that 
enabled them to get around 
without parental help. Many had 
jobs to help supply them with 
money so they could participa te in 
many of the things that interested 
them. It was an exciting and 
sometimes scary year for students. 





Kathy Copic trying to console her daughter, Tiffany Highland, n\ the Fall Play, / iif/ji'i oj the Bi idc, atler her fiance describe* 
a wedding which didn't match Tiffany's expectations. 




Jazz Band members, Tony Hren, Marc Stauffer, Mike Tomsic, Todd Vicic, 
Kevin Ketchum, Lyle Steelman, Tim Zorman, Heidi Fuhrman and Joe Dula 

performing for the rest of the school at an assembly held before Winter vacation. 



Rasa-Lila Andrews, Dana Allen, Rashanda Lockett, Daleah Williams, Jameka 
Bloom and Keyonna Barfield posing after school before they went home. 




Jamie Willet can't help but notice tl 
thousands of points of light that wei 
reflected from Paula Sustarsic's m; 
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Kristin Kish 

"You're going to be a senior 
next and you can finally see 
the end of it. ..all the years 
and years of public educa- 
tion is going to be over". 




Cindy Ciulla says.. 

"I like being a 
junior because 
I've come so far 
with my fellow 
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"There's 
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more year 
left". 




Rachel Pierce 

"It's scary being a 
junior because 
you're faced with 
the reaUty of 
what you'll be 
doing for the rest 
■,iv'*^" of your life". 




Vonda Gardner, Nicole Jackson, Ebony Taylor, Narkeeta Wooten,Lynette Mitchell, Andrea 
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Dawn Adams 

Jessica Adams 

Jua Adrine-Robinso 

Richard Agnew 

Dqana Allen 

Vemesha Anderson 

Rasa-Lila Andrews 

Elijah Anthony 

Dante Appling 

Frank Argie 

Roschell Ashley 

Laura Baber 

Belinda Bailey 

Michael Banach 

Charmaine Banks 

Jetaun Banks 

Amy Barber 

Maria Barker 

Tammie Barnes 

Kathryn Bartel 

Stephanie Batich 

Anthony Battle 

LaiTy Battle 

PieiTe Bayenet 

John Bechtel 

Jason Behun 

James Belanich 

Adonis Bell 

Meredith Bell 

Rodney Bell 

Edmond Bennett Jr. 

Lolita Benson 

Louis Besses 

Dennis Beutler 

Melissa Beverly 

Karrie Biaiko 

Matthew Bilak 

Le Roy Billips 

Carrie Birdsong 

Tanisha Blackwell 

Elizabeth Blatnik 

Jameka Bloom 

Damon Blunt 

Tanya Bobbs 

Thomas Bolden 

Heather Borziak 

Anita Borrero 





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Joseph Bosolt 
Jason Bowers 
Aaron Boyce 
Nicholle Brennan 
Daniel Brown 
Rafael Brown 

Sandra Brown 
Meryann Bruketa 
Jenna Brzeczkowski 
Lakesha Buggs 
James Burgess 
Debra Bush 

Kyle Bush 
Alfonzo Cade 
Dontrell Callahan 
Ryan Campbell 
Kevin Carlson 
Paul David Carpenter 

Adam Carroll 
Roslyn Chambers 
Latresa Charles 
Adrienne Chinni 
Jamie Chitwood 
Patricia Christen 

Androniki Christides 
Nicole Christopher 
Cindy Ciulla 
Bryant Clark 
Kimberly Clark 
Melissa Clarke 

Sheena Clarkson 
Michael Cline 
Akilah Coates 
Margaret Colan 
Omar Coles 
Manicka Collins 

Christopher Colonna 
Michael Congin 
Kevin Conklin 
Dane Cool 
Katherine Copic 
Michael Copley 

Mary Corbett 
Marina Corleto 
Christopher Costa 
Lakita Cottingham 
Geno Criado 
Yolanda Cummings 



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n Friday, December 17, 
1993, Euclid celebrated its 
traditional "Elf Day". One 
Ihundred twenty-eight 
students participated in this 
holiday event. Seniors sold 
tickets to lower the price of 
their prom bid and also with hopes of 
winning a free one if they were the 
person who sold the most tickets. 
Lunch was a fun part of the day 
because the Santas made the elves do 
things like singing on tables, horse- 
back rides, cartwheels in the isles and 
feeding their Santas. It was an enjoy- 
able ending of school before Winter 
Vacation. 

-Leann Ucfabar 
Helene Schwartz 
Wendy Lapuh 
Janeen Miklowski 
Kevin Carlson 



Nicole Skuly, Heather Soutar, Sarah Payne, 
Melanie Shippitka, Julie Di Bartolomeo and 
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n December 3, 
1993 Student 
Council sponsored 
its semiannual 
blood drive. 
Anyone who was 
t least 17 years old and above 
le minimum weight of about 
05 pounds could give blood, 
riving blood didn't hurt and it 
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nee there always was a need 
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itt Lucas waiting for the antiseptic to dry so 
it he can begin giving blood. 



Matt Lemieux and Mr. Justin Antonini get some refreshments after having given 
blood. Katie Mc Guinness was one of the Student Council members who helped 
out by getting refreshments for the donors. 




Annette HoUis, Joe Mecelli 
and John Scarnich are pa- 
tiently waiting in line to give 
blood after they have had 
their vital signs checked by 
the nurse. 




Angela Miklavcic, Andrea 
Haselbusch and Tilden 
Humphery were happy to 
dress up for Elf Day. 



Elves and Santas: Amy 
Von Sick, Ebony Taylor, 
Scott Granito, Sarah- 
Irene Nehrig, Leann 
Uchbar and Annette 
Hollis had a good time on 
December 17. 





Rafael Brown was one of the Student Council members who helped out 
with the Blood Drive. He would escort the donors to the refreshment 
table after thev had donated. 



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Michael Cupar 

George Cutwright 

Michael Dacar 

Antonio Darby 

James Daugherty 

Hannah Davis 

Danielle De Boe 

Jason Derganc 

Brian Dickard 

Katie Dietrich 

Jessica Dietz 

Irwin Dillard 

Michelle Dineen 

David Dirk 

Brian Dlugos 

Kimberly Dominique 

Demetrius Dowell 

Angel Duncan 

Mario Durant 

Gary Dwyer 

Jeffrey Dybzinski 

Kimiko Edwards 

Michael Edwards 

Sylvia Eler 

Jeremy Emerman 

Kristina Eminger 

Chad Ernst 

Kyla Farrow 

Paul Felden 

Jamie Fematt 

Laura Fifolt 

Gabriele Flick 

Timothy Floumoy 

Kelly Focareto 

Janet Fonovic 

Michael Fording 

Joshua Freeh 

Lindsay Freeman 

Nicole Freeman 

Rodney Fryerson 

Michael Fuduric 

Carleton Furlan 

Kevin Gady 

Jason Ganser 

Tammy Gardner 

Erika Gaspersic 

William Gast 

Karen Gezann 




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Carlos Gillyard 
Stacie Glavan 
Jamie Godec 
Dustin Goins 
Kevin Gorman 
Jason Grant 

Jason Gray 
Kevin Gray 
Michele Grayer 
Nikeeya Greer 
Barry Grisez 
Katy Gross 

Cynthia Gustafson 
Amy Guy 
Jewel Hagood 
Jennifer Haile 
Jennifer Hall 
Mario Hall 

Ronald Harris 
Tanyanekia Harris 
Johnathan Harrison 
William Harrison 
Gregory Hart 
Vincent Hawley 

Angela Haynes 
Karvarees Herman 
Dameisha Higgins 
Amy Hilger 
David Hobson 
Amy Hodder 

Clarice Hodge 
Matthew Hoffman 
Michael Hoffman 
Joshua Holland 
Jessica Hopkins 
Jeffrey Horton 

Orry Howard 
Rashawn Howard 
Carrie Howell 
Lakehsa Hubbard 
Amy Hutchins 
Shaundra Ibarra 

Israel Jackson Jr. 
Jeffrey Jakse 
Joseph Janez 
Sonia Janezic 
P Neal Jayne 
Christina Jenko 



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n November 18, 1993 The Inteifaith Suburban Action Coalition 
held an assembly in the Auditorium for all upperclassmen to 
explain their plans for a youth center for Euclid. The project 
involved students from both Euclid and Villa Angela-St. Joe's 
who would act as liaisons between the schools and the commu- 
nities. Euclid students involved were Rafael Brown, Heather 
Nickell, Maryann Oroz, Melanie Shippitka, Fritz Streiff and 
Doug Zeman. The idea was to provide a place where youth 
could go to have activities such as music, a workout room, open 
gyms, movies, dances, video games, and study areas. The 
meeting was attended by State representative C. J. Prentice, 
Euclid mayor David Lynch, Superintendent of Schools Kurt 
Stanic, Recreation Director John Clapacs and several city 
councilmen and school board members. Roberta Fuller was in 
charge of the program and explained many of the details of the 
plan. 



Members of the panel being introduced by Mr. Ben Pasquale. Fritz 
Streiff, Maryann Oroz, Doug Zeman, Melanie Shippitka, Roberta 
Fuller and C. J. Prentice got a chance to talk to the student body and 
explain what was being attempted as far as the Interfaith Suburban 
Action Coalition was concerned. 




Brian Udovich, Kevin Gady and Greg Pesek and Carissa Scott, Brad Snell, 
Nicole Christopher, Kristin Kish Irma Peredne Jason Ganser and Sarah 
Whittaker are only some of the students that would benefit from a youth 

center in the Euchd area. 




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Students learning how to use computers in one of the many computer courses 
offered at Euclid. 

Charles Hall and the rest of the football team look on as Mike Yurcich takes his 
turn at shaving Mr. Ben Pasquale's head during the pep rally before the St. 
Ignatius playoff game. 




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Donald Johnson 

Kevin Johnson 

Latanyia Johnson 

Mehnda Johnson 

Shenise Johnson 

Tenesia Johnson 

Joel Jones 

Kisha Jones 

Latisha Jones 

Yolanda Jones 

Pamela Jordan 

Tumika Jordan 

Dennis Karaba 

Jennifer Kascak 

Jessica Keffer 

Tenishia Kelly 

Antoine Kemp 

Kevin Ketchum 

James Khamassi 

Molly Kilbane 

Mark Killion 

Mary Kiral 

Kristin Kish 

Christopher Kletecka 

Jessica Kochis 

Kristina Koepp 

T. Brad Kovatch 

Sara Kuheii 

Mary Kunes 

Angela La China 

Stephan Ladovich 

Gwendolynn Lapuh 

Jeffrey Latine 

Johnny Laush 

Melissa Leach 

Shawn Leben 

Jennifer Lepley 

Letia Lewis 

Narieka Lewis 

Tameka Lewis 

Amy Lindic 

Benjamin Linn 

Eero Linna 

Robin Little 

Rashanda Lockett 

David Longstreth Jr. 

Kelly Lose 

Joseph Ludvik 




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Sean Luikart 
Christina Mahle 
Dana Malaney 
Maurice Malcolm 
Kamita Malone 
Joe Marcelli 

Monique Martin 
Joseph Marusic 
David Masek 
Kevin Mc Carthy 
Tameka Mc Coy 
Louis Mc Cray 

Rashaun Mc Dougal 
Latonia Mc Griff 
Sean Mc Guckin 
Damea Mc Kinney 
Christopher Meeks 
Nicole Meier 

Rhonda Melton 
Michael Meyers 
Janeen Miklowski 
DeMarco Miller 
Raymond Miller 
Suzanna Miocic 

Rosalyn Miranda 
Christopher Molakakis 
Michael Montgomery 
Benjamin Mooney 
Shannon Moore 
Tia Moore 

Gregory Morris 
Jeffrey Morris Jr. 
Brian Mowell 
Shannon Nadvomik 
William Nainiger 
James Naro III 

Maria Neal 
Michael Nocera 
Mary Nosan 
Kory Novak 
Michael Nugent 
Janet O'Brien 

Ilese O'Keefe 
Laurie Olszewski 
Diane Osredkar 
April Padavick 
Steven Pae 
Laqauita Palmer 



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Christy Salisbury, Kris Eminger, Jessica Kochis, Jason Edwardsen, Rafael Brown, Steve 
Riek, Marie Salupo, Chuck Patterson, Tom Walker and Aileen Glowacki braved the 
cold before a football game to collect food and money for victims of disasters. The project 
was sponsored by Key Club. 

Cindy Parker 

Minalben Patel 

Shevaughn Patrick 

Charles Patterson 

Renee Pecnik 

Irme Peredne 

Scott Peny 

Gregory Pesek 

Matthew Peters 

De Mario Peterson 

MeHssa Petrowski 

Danielle Picard 

Justin Pierce 

Rachel Pierce 

Brent Pirich 

Jennifer Poderzay 

Jessica Post 

Jason Powers 

Suzanne Prejean 
William Preston 
James Price 
Aretha Pritchard 
Joshua Proctor 
Christine Puglia 

Nathan Randall 

Daniela Reagan 

Melanie Reed 

Willie Reed 

Janoris Reese 

James Reksten 



Richard Agnew, Bob Drotleff and 
Shannon Dorsey played songs at 
the first after-school dance of the 
year in the E-room which was co- 
sponsored by Student Council and 
the Voices of New Life Choir. 




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Amy Repko 
Laura Rettger 
Wyley Richardson 
Christopher Richardt 
Stephen Riek 
Rosanna Rios 

Robert Rogers 
Wilson Rogers 
Ronald Rucker 
Michael Russo 
Timothy Rutti 
Christina Salisbury 

John Scamiench 
Maria Schiavoni 
Christopher Schmidt 
Kim Schoval 
Heather Schulz 
Lindsey Schulz 

Kenneth Schuster 
Helene Schwartz 
Carissa Scott 
Seth Sederholm 
Nicholas Siefried 
Gary Senger 

Patricia Sergo 
La Resha Sharp 
Katrina Sharpe 
Kelly Shea 
Mary Shenk 
Jodi Shields 

Melanie Shippitka 
Amanda Siplock 
Richard Slade Jr. 
William Snell 
Wayne Snitzky 
Marc Stauffer 

Olen Steelman 
Bina Stitt 
Carmen Strickland 
Bradford Stroth 
Joseph Strunk 
Laneka Stubbs 

Amy Stuber 
Paula Sustarsic 
Michael Swyt 
Kristen Tamburrino 
Desmond Taylor 
Latina Taylor 



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Courtney Telich 

Robert Thomas 

Craig Tillinghast 

Timika Tisdale 

Gene Toler 

Dragen Tolo 

Aleksandar Tot 

Karen Touschner 

Charles Trapp 

Christina Tratnik 

Jaimeson Trocheck 

Robert Troha 

Brian Udovich 

Martha Urh 

Bridgette Vamju 

Anthony Verch 

David Verrocchi 

Jaime Wakkila 

Leah Walczak 

Charles Walker 

Thomas Walker 

Joseph Wallace 

Kari Wallette 

Michael Waltennire 

Alia Walters 

Elizabeth Walters 

Andrea Warren 

Angel Weems 

Michelle Wenderoth 

Sarah Wittaker 

James Willett Jr. 

Daleah Williams 

Lisa Willoughby 

Charles Wilson 

Dannika Witten 

Margaret Wolchko 

Kathleen Wolenski 

James Wolf 

Narketa Wooten 

Dana Wright 

Meron Yimen 

Damon Young 

Valerie Young 

Deborah Zagore 

Therese Zele 

Jennifer Zelenskas 

Gina Zeman 

Maria Zemba 




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Senior year was both an exciting and an 
anxious time for a student. It was exciting 
since seniors are the top class in the school, 
the people that everyone looked up to, the people 
who were soon to be graduated. But it was also a 
time when many important decisions had to be 
made. What classes should be taken? What was 
going on after graduation? Were they going to 
college? Which colleges should be applied to? 
How could they afford to do what they want to 
do? Do they have to get a job right away? How 
would they react to all the stimuli that they were 
presented with? Senior year was a fun time but it 
was also filled with questions that made it diffi- 
cult for those who thought ahead. 




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Varsity football cheerleaders, Abby Ayer and Carrie White, are 

happy that they are seniors and ready to think about all the chal- 
lenges that they will have to meet in the years ahead. 




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le to keep time with the music, 
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)ss country and track teams. She 
ows that being active in high 
nool is very important when it 
mes time to go to college. 




The 'Euclid' 
girls in the 
bleachers 
during the 
football rally 
were Michelle 
Suchy, 
Julianne 
Hadyk, Stacey 
Meden, Bruce 
Willingham, 
Julie Di 
Bartolomeo, 
Cecilia Miller, 
Kristen 
Mihalic and 
Leann Uchbar. 
Samuel 
Seawright 
shows how 
high he can 
cheer for the 
Euchd teams. 



Marching Band member, Tony Hren, stands at atten- 
tion during the pre-game activities. 



Cheerleader, Renee Thomas, tries to get the 
crowd to cheer during the football game. 



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Being a senior was an important time of life for everyone in 



bladder. It was their last year, fhcy were people who^ere 

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Pepe Pearson, Tiffany Highland, Ricble Clark, Altonio Mc 
Cants, Erin Smith, Nichole Witten and Kristen MiMUcan 

all seniors enjovinj; Mrs. PaskeJl'sTlass 

Sparky Birkett and Tomeka Gibbs know that studying is ^ 
important during their senior year if they are going to be able f^ 

to further their education. 



Jim Loveless, Jim Zdesar, Bill Vuyancih and Tim Banach 

showing off their book mark that helps tliem keep track of 

their studies. 






Yan Abramov Helen Abramovic 



Reid Abriani 



Angelique Akins David Albright 




Donte Allen Marsha Ferrell Appliiig_. Staci Ashley 



Abbv Aver 



Joseph Bailey 111 




Matthew Barkoot Shaheena Barnes 



Carl Bartlett Heather Baskerville Anthony Battle 




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Pierre Bayenet Carrie Belavich 



Adonis Bell Benjamin Bergenstein Karrie Bialko 




Brandon Biggom 



ic Spencer Bingham Wakil ^rick Bingham Evand BirEeft III 




Kimberly A. Bischof Steven Black 



Unique Board 



Tanya Bobhs 



Matthew Boos 




Jeremy Bosher Sharon Bowling Therese Boyarsky Fredreka Boykin 



Kevin Bremer 



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A poll of seniors 
/\ was taken to 
. ^ determine who 
eir favorite teacher was. 
[r. Robert Walsmith 
ceived the most votes by 
narrow margin. Other 
achers that were favorites 
ere Judith Mc Lau§ 
arol Tkac, Paul Seifa, 
enny Roberts, Jeff 
artman, Steve Marc 
)yce Russo, Barbra 
tasseria and Jim Kelley.^ 
DmB^er teachers 



mentioned were: Jane 
Lellis, Chris Torrelli, Jan 
Severino, Sandi Bambic, 
Barbra Spiga, Rob 
Heramb, Ken Lowe, Joan 
Paslcert, Mary White, 
Sandy Sanborn, Stan 
Bender, Bill Von Benken, 

Rita Perez, Edie 
Minen, Maria Garza, 
Ad^Q Pawlowski, Jim 
Presoti R.on Backos, 
Cheryl Schdssler, Susan 
t and Tom Bancii 





Voted the senior's favorite teacher, Mr. Robert Walsmith, shows students Tim 
Iter, Brenda Moyer and Jay Kletecka how to work out a math problem. 




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. ^ s^cvools all the^r lives 

0>^ Have you attended Euclid 'W' n 3. Doll, seiiiors wcrc askcd whether or not they 

^ schools all your life? H 

->», ^^^-_^ m IS' 38?% I had attended Euclid schools all their lives. About 

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ing they had been at Efclid four years. 







Mario Hall and Tenia Wilson are some of the Euclid students 
that enjoy their time while at Euclid. 




Carrie White and Amy Von Sick enjoy being in classes together 
while at Euclid. Both Carrie and Amy have been in the Euclid 

schools all her lives. 



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Many of these students have been at Euclid all their lives. 





Renee Brickman 



Josip Brkic 



Tim Brokaw 



Erneiliza Brown 



Isaac Bonner 




Patrick Carney Leonardo Carrizo 



David Carroll 



Michele Ceranowicz Patricia Chatman 




Seniors 





Sarah Chitwood Maryann Christopher CalU Ciomek 



Michael Cipo 



Carrie Clark 




Caroline Collins Kevin Collins 



Christiann Conner Edward Cornwell III Ralph Cosiano Jr. 




Patricia Cox 



Nancy Craig 



Jay Cudo 



Russell Cummings 



Margana Dane 



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John W. David Michael Davis 



Lorene Ann Davison Donald Dawson 



Tara Day 







Victoria Doles 



Michael Doolin 



Brian Dreis 



James Driscoll Jr. Mark Drotleff 




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Jon Buchner is a 

good student who is 
participates in many 
activities and has the 
convenience of going 
home to a house. 



Erin Harsch, Tiffany 

Highland and 

Tomika Gibbs get 

much of their 
studying done in the 
library but know that 
it is nice to be able to 
go home to get more 
of their studying 
done if they need to. 



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Euclid was a city with several high-rise 
apartment buildings, but most of the 
seniors (86%) live in a house and not an 
apartment. They agreed that it was in^^^nicer to 
go home to a house rather than t^agi aparafeent. 



Seniors 





Kristina Dugandzic Suzanne Eckert 



Eric Ehrhardt 



Christine Eppich 



PatricmAnn Galloway Elizabeth Geddes 



Joseph Evans 




Michael Gibaldi 




Tomeka Nicole Gibbs Raychelle Glann 



Bob Godina 



Paula Good 



Charles Gordon 



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Michael Gorman Jeffrey Granito 



Kevin Granito 



Orlando Grant 



Ernest Greene 




Steve Guttu 



lulianne Hadvk 



James Haffey 



Jennifer Haile 



Mario Hall 



Gregory Hancock Erin V. Harsch 



Greg Hart 



Charles Hall 




Amanda Hartman 



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\ndrea Haselbusch Albert Helcberger Amy L. Hendrickson Robert M. Heramb David V. Hess 




Aaron Hudson Nicole Hudspath Kwanita Humbert Tilden Humphrey Lisa lannetta 




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Do you believe it's 
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69,5% 
17.9% 
12.6% 



Euclid students, John 

Bechtel, Dave Banach, 

Mike Banach and Tim 

Banach all know the 

importance of being in 

school all the time. 



eniors were polled as to whether they believed 
that it was important to be in school every day. 
More than 69 % of the students-resppndmg said 
that they thought it wlsT^fpsffant. About r8%"'^l|iit 
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These students are at school since they realize that attendance every day is 
important in getting a good education. 

Tim Brokaw and Joe Perry have good attendance records and try to get aE 
much out of their classes as they can 




Valerie Irby 



Brian Isgro 



Deonna M. Ivey 



Nicole Jackson Jessica Jakimowicz 




Melannie Keiffer 



Molly Kilbane 



Chastity Kilgore 



Chris King 



Montoyia King 




Seniors 





Jeffery Lapuh 



Tohnnv Laush 



Christy Lawrence 



Corey Lederer 



Joanne M. Leonardi Avegay Libiran 



Jason Little 



Chantnavy Lovanti 



Matthew Lemieux 




James Loveless 




Seniors 





Shawn Lowery 



Kyle Lynch 



Tamara Maines 



Michael Malnar 



Damon Malone 




Sean Mc Guckin 



Christopher Mc Kay Justin Mc Kee 



Michael Mc Neill 



Stacey Meden 




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eniors were asked whether or not they belieyed-thatthey could 
get a good without having a hi^scfiool diploma. Only six'per 
. _ cent of the respondents thought K^ould. 80 %tsa£ci-'that ihey ^ 
could not while 13 % thought that mayh^hey could. TO^Presults'werg 
encouraging since national statistics sh(|ived that without a high 
diploma a person's chances of getting amood job were very small. 



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Renee Thomas, Joe Perry and Kim Schultz enjoy being seniors and are 

looking forward to a good life after they graduate from Euclid. 

Chris Przybysz seems to be thinking about what he will be doing when 

he gets out of high school. 

Na ja Tucker is showing that she is in her fovtrth year of high school and 

she is calling around about getting a job. 

Stacie Johnson is a really spirited student who is involved in many 

activities at Euclid and is looking forward to receiving an honors 

diploma when she graduates. 



Matthew Lucas 




Tina Medved 



Christopher Meeks John Melaragno Tina Michael Kristen MihaHc 

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Kelly Moyer 



John Mueller 



Elizabeth Muzinic Melissa Nagode Sarah-Irene Nehrig 




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Jeremy Neurohr 



Eric Newsome 



Stephen Nicolosi 



Takia Norman 



iMary Nosan 




Nicholas Nowak 



Helena J. Oroz 



Cara Parise 



James Nowosielski 



Michael Nugent 



Martin 



I Dj2iNeil^_fc_Matthew Orgovan 




Despina Pagonis 



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Laquita Palmer Nicholas Papo 



Erika Papp 




William Parsons 



Sarah E. Payne Chamika Peacock 



Pepe Pearson 




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n a poll seniors were asked whether they usually come to 
school every day. More than 85 % responded that they did 
, while 10 % said that they did not. This showed that the 
great majority of seniors realize that being in school was a 
worthwhile endeavor and that they were getting something out 
of it. This data was representative of attendance at Euclid 
where the average daily attendance is a little over ninety per 
cent. 



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Football player, Isaac Bonner, knows that in order to participate in 

athletics he must attend practice regularly. 

Abby Ayer is a conscientious student who is active as a cheerleader and 

in other activities and has an excellent attendance record. 

Carl Bartlett and Julie Di Bartolomeo both have excellent attendance 

records and are active in school activities. 



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Do you feel a person with a high school 
diploma can get a very good job? 

Kevin Granito knows that the education he 

got at Euclid was just the beginning and that 

he will need lots of energy tO- further his 

educational opportunities after graduation. 

Lamar Johnson and Sparky Birkett usiiig tlie 

library's resources to explore'future career 
opportunities. 

Volleyball is one of several sports that Kristeri' 
Mihalic hopes to use to obtain higher 
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eniors were asked whether or not they believed a person with 
a high school diploma could get a very good job. The re 
sponses were fairly evenly divided with a little less than one- 
third saying they could, a little more than one-third saying they |^ 
couldn't and about one-third saying mf^'be. This reflected what mds 
experts thought about the present job market. Some high school 
graduates would be lucky enough toiget a good job but most peopl 
would have to go on and get some s(kl of higher educati0ai& ordtj 
to compete in the job market. 





Joshua Pelz Christopher Perovsek Joseph Perry 



Lynnette Perry Robert Perry 




David Podm^ Debbie Podrnjfe 


Anthony Powell 


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Lauren Sarpolis 



Heather Scaife 



Kevin Schill 



Terese Schneider 




Kimberly Schultz 



Tammi Schultz 



Tymika Scovil Samuel C. Seawright 



Gary Sanger 



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Christina Sergo 



Patricia Sheck 



Christie Shelton 



Rebecca Shrader 



Dorian Shy 




Heather Marie Soutar Zachary Spencer Anthony Springer Lisabeth Steele 




Michael Stepic 



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hen the members of the senior class were asked 
whether they were p^lanning on going to college after 
they graduated, over 92 % said that they were. Only 
four per cent said they weren't and. three per cent=i.S|i|rttiey 
undecided. This was a good indidation that the seniors underst^d 
the value of getting some sort of |ducation beyond the high-, 
school diploma. 








Kevin Sterrick 



Vanya Stewart 



Mark Stillings 



Michelle Suchy 



Kala Sullivan 




Kimberly Monique Anthony Sustarsi. 

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Ebony Taylicfcc; 



Joseph Tekavec 



Robert Tepley 




Mark Tome 



Michael Tomsic Douglas Torzewski Archie Triplett Jr. 



Kevin Troy 




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173 




Kresmir Vucic William Vuyancih David Wagner William Wagner 



Christina Wahl 




Michael Walczak Racquel Ware 



Adam Weber Margaret Wein Ronald Wenderoth 



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Seniors 





Carrie White 



Tamika White 



Kelly Wilk Andrea Latrice Williams Tanisha Williams 




Denis Zaharija 



Melissa Zahtila Stephen Zahursky Christine Zakrajsek Catherine Zalar 




Seniors 





Brian Petrowski Timothy Powell 



Wyley Richardson 



Paris Saunders 



Jennifer Schilling 



Every effort was made to take pictures of all seniors. The 
photographers came in at the beginning of September and 
then came back several weeks later. Despite this effort, some 
seniors did not get their pictures taken. In some cases pictures from 
previous years were used but the following people are not pictured. 
Amy Ausec, Robert Bell, Gary Breen, James Carey, Tim Cline, Jim 
Dagnan, Nicole Jackson, Jeffrey Kearns, Randy Mc Roberts, Gary 
Pecek, Christopher Przybysz, Russell Scarvelli, Laura Secrest, Jeff 
Sherwood, Lavelle Stoves, Maegan Stroud, Tom Szep and Karen 
Wendrof. 





Rashaan Williams 



Laura Brown 



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Carrie White drew 
the outline panther 
that appeared on the 
background of the 
previous color 
pages. The image 
at the left is a 3-D 
stereo noise 
rendition of that 
panther after being 
filled in. To see the 
3-D image of the 
panther you have to 
look at the image 
and slightly cross 
your eyes and focus 
not on the image 
but behind it. Do 
not focus on the 
image. Look behind 
it. You have to look 
at it for a while but 
the image of the 
panther should pop 
out at you. 




Seniors, Tamika Tuggle, Darnika Butler and 
Chamika Peacock sitting at their desk waiting for 
class to begin. 

Panther defensemen, Donald Dawson and 
Brandon Biggom, waiting on the sidelines while 
the offense is on the field. 



isten Kotonski, Cathi Hillier, Stacie Johnson, Nicole Phillips, Amanda 
irtman and Sally Kohanski show that they are having fun at the Homecoming 
nee. 



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Activities at Euclid High School were an important part of 
many senior's lives. For many seniors their school life 
ended when the last bell rang at 2:30 PM (or even 
before if they had an early out). But for others, their school day 
was just beginning as they began their participation in many of 
the extracunicular activities that were offered. Many participated 
in athletics while others availed themselves of the many clubs 
and organizations that were available. Regardless of their 
interests there was probably something they could participate in 
if they had the desire. 




Leann Uchbar and Kris Milialic and Milce Walczak and Jason Mc Creigtit were 
all active in athletics and organizations while at Euclid. 




Seniors 



Marsha Ferrell Appling: Marching Band 9,1 1,12; Track 10,1 1 ; 
Student Council 11,12. 

Abby Ayer: Cheerleader 9,10,11,12. Captain 9,10,12; A.F.S. 
9,10; Student Council 9; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Office Aide 12; 
Softball 9,10,1 1,12; N.H.S. 11.12; Survey 10. 
Phillip Baioni: Cross Country 9,10,1 1.12; Indoor Track 
9,10,1 1,12; Outdoor Track 9,10,1 1,12; Peer Tutor 10. 
Dadene A. Baird: Varsity Chorale 9,10,1 1,12; Band 9; Orches- 
tra 12; Big Show 9,10,1 1,12. 
Wakil Patrick Bingham: Chess Club 11,12. 
Kiniberly A. Bischof: Eucuyo 11,12; Peer Tutor 10,1 1,12; 
S.A.V.E. 10,1 1,12: N.H.S. 1 1,12; A.F.S. 9. 
Isaac Bonner: Football 9,10,11; Baseball 9,10; Track 9. 
Tim Brokaw: Hockey 9,10; Golf 9,10,1 1,12; Baseball 
9,10,11,12; Eucuyo 12. 

Emciliza Brown: Basketball 9; A.F.S. 9,10,1 1,12; S.A.V.E. 
10,11.12; Eucuyo 11,12; Peer Tutor 10,11,12; Yearbook 11; 
S.A.D.D. 12. 

JonBuchner: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Tennis 10,11,12; Eucuyo 
11.12, Editor. 

Grady L. Buhaley: Track 10,1 1 ,12; Cross country 11,12; 
Soccer 10; Indoor Track 11,12; Key Club 12; A.F.S. 12; Chess 
Club 11, 12; Peer Tutor 11, 12. 

Daniel E. Burke HI: Soccer 9,10,1 1.12; A.F.S. 9,10,1 1,12; 
Model U.N. 9,10,1 1; Marching Band 9, 10, 11; Office Aide 
9.10,1 1,12; Clinic Aide 9,1 1,12; Concert Band 9,10; Student 
Council 9,10,11; Spirit Club 12; S.A.V.E. 10,11; Track 9,10; 
Chess Club 9; Wre,sthng 9,10; Bsketball 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 
9,10; Hockey 9. 

Daneen T. L. Callahan: Basketball Aide 10,1 1,12; Football 
Aide 10; Gospel Choir 9,11. 

Patrick Carney: Socer 9; Cross Country 10,1 1,1 2, Captain 1 2; 
Indoor Track 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 11,12; Outdoor Track 
9,10,1 1,12, Captain 11,12, 
John W. David: Track 10,1 1 ,12. 

Lorene Ann Davison: Soccer 10,11; Basketball 9; Softball 
9,10,11. 

Donald Dawson: Football 9,10,11,12; Diving 9,10,11,12; Track 
9,10,11,12. 

Tara Day: Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12. Key Club 11,12; Varsity 
Chorale 12; Big Show 11,12; Fall Play 11,12; N.H.S. 11,12; 
S.A.V.E. 10. 

Donald J. DeBoe: Football 9; Baseball 9; Wrestling 9,10,1 1. 
Laura K. Dengel: Marching Band 9,10,1 1.12, Treasurer 
1 1 ,Band Squad Leader 12, Ouartermaster 10.11,12; Concert 
Band 9,10,11,12, Librarian 12; Key Club 9.10.1 1; F.E.A. 11,12, 
Vice President 11,12: Big Show 1 1 : Pep Band 1 1 . 
Tracey Anne DePanicis: Track 9; Survey 12. 



Angela Deskins: Track 10,1 1 . 

fulie Di Bartolomeo: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12; 
Swimming 9,10,1 1,12, Co-Captain 12; Track 9,11,12: Yearbook 
UO.l 1,12; Eucuyol 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12: D.A.R.E. 10,11.12; 
^.F.S.9,10. 

Christopher S. Di Biase: Holiday Play 9.10,1 1.12: Fall Play 
1,12; Spring Play 10; Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; Varsity Chorale 
[1,12; Student Council 12. 

Victoria Doles: Varsity Chorale 9,10,1 1,12, Vice President 12; 
Student Council 9,10; Tennis 9,10,11; Big Show 9,10. 
iellie Felice: Clinic Aide 1 1. 
^aswan Fisher: Cheerleader 9,10; Gospel Choir 1 1 . 
ieidi Fuhrman: Marching Band 9,10,1 1.12; Big Show 10.1 1,12; 
Stage Crew 9; Orchestra 11.12;Jazz Band 10,1 1; Clinic Aide 12. 
*atricia Ann Galloway: Student Council 9; Hockey Aide 9.10; 
Miday Play 10,11,12. 

romeka Nicole Gibbs: Survey 9.1 1,12. News Reporter/Feature 
?/riter9,ll,12;A.F.S. 10,11,12; Model U.N.I 1; S.A.V.E. 11,12; 
Miday Play 9; Big Show 12: Fall Play 12; Yearbook 1 1.12, 
;!opy Writer 1 1,12, Photographer 1 1,12; Morning Announcer 12; 
'eer Tutor 10.11,12. 
Job Godina: Baseball 9. 

Michael Gorman: Baseball 9,10; Eucuyo 11 ; Office Aide 12. 
S;evin Granito: Football 9,10,11; Baseball 9.10: Chess Club 9; 
>eer Tutor 10.1 1: Student Council 9,10; A.F.S. 9,10,11,12; 
iucuyo9,10; Survey 11, 12; N.H.S. 11,12; Wrestling 9,10; Model 
J.N. 9,10,11: Clinic Aide 9,10,11,12: Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; 
S.A.V.E. 10,11: Spirit Club 12. 
Susan Grywalski: Office Aide 9,10. 
Steve Guttu: Basketball 9,10,1 1,12. 

[uKanne Hadyk: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12: Peer Tutor 10,1 1,12; 
Softball 9; Close Up 10; N.H.S. 1 1,12; Hockey Aide 9,10; Office 
yde 12. 

Irin V. Harsch: Basketball 9; Student Council 9,12; Fall Play 
:0,1 1.12; Holiday Play 11,12; Spring Play 10,11,12; Big Show 
).10,1 1,12; Office Aide 11; A.F.S. 9J2; S.A.D.D. 12. 
Indrea Haselbusch: Swimming 10; Diving 10; Student Council 
11,12; Executive Boaid 11,12; Yearbook 12; N.H.S. 11.12. 
^my L. Hendrickson: Cross Country 9; Student Council 10; 
\.F.S. 10,1 1.12; Key Club 11; Fall Play 11.12; Big Show 11.12; 
doming Announcers 12; Varsity Chorale 12; Survey 11. 
Robert M. Heramb: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Football 11,12; Tennis 
),10.11,12. 

riffany fficks: Track 9,10; Orchestra 9,10,1 1,12. President 12; 
Science Olympiad 1 1 ; Career Explorations 1 1 ; Office Aide 1 1 ; 
Student Helper 1 1; Student Council 12; Big Show 1 1.12; Peer 
Putor 10,11,12; S.A.D.D. 12; N.H.S. 1 1,12; Homecoming Queen 
12. 

riffany ffighland: Holiday Play 9,10.1 1,12; Fall Play 1 1,12: Big 
5how 9.10,11.12; A.F.S. 10,12; Spring Play 9,10.12; Choraliers 
),12; Choral Masters 10.11. 

\.nnette Hollis: A.F.S. 9,10.1 1 : Student Council 10, 11, 12, 
Executive Board 12; Outdoor Track 9,10.1 1,12; Indoor Track 10; 
Miday Play 9; N.H.S. 1 1,12; Office Aide 9,10.11,12; Euclidian 
12. 

Famara Ann Hovan: Softball 9. 

Anthony Hren: Media Aides 9.10,1 1,12; Marching Band 
),10,1 1.12; Jazz Band 9,10.1 1,12; Concert Band 9.10,1 1,12; 
Swim Team 9. 10, 11, 12, captain 11,12: Big Show 9,10,11,12; 
Senior Talent Show 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Science Olympiad 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2. 




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were polled as to 
whether or not 
they enjoyed their years at 
Euclid High School about 
79% of them said that they 
did. Only about 6% said they 
did not and about 15% were not sure. This was good 
verification that Euclid was a good place to go to school. 




Ebony Taylor, sucking on ii pen, and Samuel Seawright and 
Valerie Irby , savoring their tasty lunch, were just some of the many 
seniors who were involved in activities at Euclid. 



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The person mos/^ 

Seniors were aske^^K^^^^^^^^'most 
admire was. Responses ranged frorn athletes 
such as Michael Jackson and Brad Dougherty to 
entertainers such as Madonna and Whitney Houston to 
animated favorites such as Garfield and Bugs Bunny. 
The person who got the most votes by far, however, 
was mom. Coming in with a close second place was 
dad. This showed that the fainily was an important 
part in many Euclid senior's lives. 



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part of the Panther defensive line, that gave opponents so much 

trouble. Joe Bailey was one of the seniors who responded that his 

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were introduced to the spectators. Parents played an important 

part in the students' successful endeavors. 

( 180 j Seniors 



Lisa lannetta: Tennis 9,10,1 1 ; Basketball Aide 9; Office Aide 
9,10; Spring Play 9,10; Holiday Play 10,1 1,12. 
Deonna M. Ivey: Varsity Chorale 10,1 1,12; S.A.D.D. 10,1 1,12; 
Student Council 11,12, General Board 1 1,12; Morning An- 
nouncer 12; Big Show 12. 

Nicole Jaciison: Outdoor Track 10, 11; Track Aide 9; Indoor 
Track 1 1 ; Cross Country 12. 

Sandra Johnson: Choraliers 9; Choral Masters 10,1 1,12. 
Stacie Johnson: Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12, Executive Board 
Secretary 12; A.F.S. 9,10,11,12, Vice President 10; S.A.D.D. 
10.1 1,12, Vice President 11, President 12; Yearbook 11. 
Chris King: Outdoor Track 9, 10, 1 1 ,1 2; Indoor Track 10. 1 1 , 1 2; 
Basketball 10,12; Survey 10,11,12, Yearbook 10,12; Ski Club 9; 
A.F.S. 10,1 1,12; S.A.D.D. 12. 

Jeffery Lapuh: Football 9,10,11, 12; Tennis 9,10,1 1,12, MVP 10: 
Eucuyo 11,12. 

Christy Lawrence; A.F.S. 9,10,1 1,12; Key Club 9,10,11, 12. 
Secretary 10,1 1 , President 12; Basketball Aide 9; Play 9,11; Band 
Aide 12; Office Aide 9,10; Survey 10; Fall Play 11; D.E.CA. 
11,12. 

Matthew Lemieux; Hockey 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Track 
9.10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Golf 12; Student Council 12; A.F.S. 12; 
Spirit Club 12; Morning Announcer 12. 
Joanne M. Leonardi: Volleyball 9; Office Aide 11. 
Avegay Libiran: Volleyball 9,10,11; Office Aide 12. 
Kyle Lynch: Soccer 9; Diving 10,11,12. 
Ja.son Mc Creight: Soccer 9,10; golf 11; Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; 
Student Council 9,10,1 1,12; Survey 11; N.H.S. 11,12; Yearbook 
12. 

Patrick May: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12. 

Lillian Mazzei: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12; Swimming 9; Eucuyo 
1 1,12; A.F.S. 9,10; Yearbook 9,10,1 1,12. 
Cecilia Miller: Volleyball 9.10,1 1,12; Close Up 10. 
Brent Mingle: Baseball 9,10; Hockey 1 1,12. Manager 1 1. 
Michael Montgomery: Gospel Choir 1 1,12; Indoor Track 11,12 
Outdoor Track 11,12. 

Kelly Moyer: Swimming 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Key Club 
10,1 1,12, Sophomore Rep. 10, Junior Rep 11; Concert Band 
9,10,1 1; Flag Corps 12; Marching Band 9,10.1 1; Symphonic 
Band 10,11; A.F.S. 10; S.A.D.D. 12. 
Sarah-Irene Nehrig: Student Council 10,12; Big Show 
9,10,1 1, 12; Spring Play 9.10; Fall Play 10,1 1,12; S.A.D.D. 9, 10; 
Survey 11,12; Gospel Choir 12; S.A.V.E. 10; Swim Team 
Manager 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Holiday Play 10, 1 2; N.H.S . 1 1 , 1 2; Office 
Aide 11,12; Peer Tutor 11,1 2; Spirit Club 12. 
Martin D. O'Neill: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Football 9,10,1 1.12; 
N.H.S. 11,12. 

Matt Orgovan: Baseball 9,10,1 1,12; Eucuyo 1 1,12; Office 
Runner 12; Fall Play 12; Peer Tutor 11,12; Spirit Club 12. 
Helena J. Oroz: Student Council 9,10,11 ,12, Executive Board 
10,11, President 12; A.F.S. 9,10,11, President 10; Model U.N. 
10,1 1,12; Kids on the Block 1 1,12: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 
12; Soccer 10; N.H.S. 11,12; Peer Tutoring 12. 
Sarah E. Payne: Student Council 9.10; Choraliers 9: Choral 
Masters 1 1 ; Office Runner 10; Yearbook 12. 
Nicole PhiUips: A.F.S. 9,10.1 1,12; Survey 12; Student Council 
12. 

Kyle Lynn Russ: Cheerleader 9,10,11,12, Captain 9,12; Soccer 
10,11,12; Softball 9,10,11.12; N.H.S. 11,12; A.F.S. 10; Office 
Aide 11; Peer Tutor 11. 



Jesel K. Sacko: Cheerleader 9,10,11,12: N.H.S. 11.12; Survey 

1,10; A.F.S. 9; Office Aide 9,10,1 1,12; D.E.C.A. 11,12. 

lebecca Sakateh: Cheerleader 9,10.1 1,12; D.E.C.A. 11.12; 

)ffice Aide 10,11. 

klicia Salvatore: Volleyball 9; Holiday Play 9,10,12; Soccer 10; 

Jusiness Club 1 1 . 

iamuel C. Seawright: Basketball 9,10.11,12; Morning An- 

louncer 12. 

lebecca Shrader: A.F.S. 9,10,11,12; S.A.D.D. 12; Clinic Aide 

2; Swimming 9.10. 

«Jicoie Rene Skuly: Basketball 10. 

:harles Smialek: Soccer 9; Football 10.1 1,12; Baseball 9,10; 

lucuyol 1,12; N.H.S. 11,12. 

luntonio Smith: Basketball 9,10. 

Irin Smith: Tennis 9,10,1 1,12; Softball 10; Hockey Aide 

1,10,1 1,12; Close Up 10.12; Office Aide 11; Eucuyo 12. 

leather Marie Soutar: Choir 10. 

Jsabeth Steele: Tennis 10.1 1,12; Close Up 10; Peer Tutor 1 1 ; 

iucuyoll;N.H.S. 11,12. 

klark Stiliings; Kids on the Block 1 1,12; S.A.D.D. 12, Secretary 

.2; Student Council 12; Holiday Play 11. 

klicheUe Suchy: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12; Outdoor Track 

1,10.11,12. Co-Captain 11,12: Indoor Track 9, 10. 

iimberiy Monique Sumpter: Basketball 9,10,1 1,12; Track 

.0,11,12. 

i^nthony P. Sustarsic: Golf 10,1 1,12; Student Council 12; A.F.S. 

2; Spirit Club 12. 

Robert Tepley : Outdoor Track 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2; Indoor Track 11,12; 

Uross Country 12. 

Jteven Tingley: Hockey 9,10,1 1,12; Football 10; Golf 9; Survey 

[2. 

Jrian Tomazic: Outdoor Track 9; Basketball 9,10,12; Golf 12. 

MUchael Tomsic: Marching Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 . 1 2, Squad Leader 1 2; 

Zoncert Band 9,10.1 1,12; Media Aides 9,10,1 1,12; Jazz Band 

lO.l 1,12; Big Show 9,10,1 1,12; Swim Team 9,10.1 1,12. 

Leann S. Uchbar: Volleyball 9,10,1 1,12, Captain 12; Track 

),10,11,12, Captain 11,12; N.H.S. 11.12; Student Council 11,12; 

Yearbook 12; Peer Tutor 10.1 1,12. 

rammi L. Vicic: Marching Band 9,10,1 1,12, Secretary 10; Wai 

^apolo 10.11;N,H.S. 11,12; Concert Band9,10,ll. 12. 

\my M. Von Sick: Track 9; Office Aide 10.1 1,12; Morning 

\nnouncer 12; Student Council 9,10,1 1,12. 

Oavid Wagner: Soccer 9,10,1 1,12; Track 9. 

Vlichael Walczak: Tennis 9,10,11,12; Golf 10,1 1.12; Soccer 9: 

Student Council 11,12; N.H.S. 11.12; Survey 11, Yearbook 12. 

\ndrea Latrice Williams: Track 10; D.E.C.A. 12: Office Aide 

),10,11. 

Martin Witczak: Marching Band 9,10,1 1.12, President 12: 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 11.12; Big Show 9,10.11,12; 

[azz Band 9.10,1 1,12: Eucuyo 1 1,12; Exdecutive Board 1 1,12; 

Survey 12; Senior Talent Show 9,10,11 ,12; Academic Challenge 

11,12; N.H.S. 11,12: Commencement Band 9,10.11. 



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school in a car, 78% responded that 
they did. 8% said that sometimes 
did and only \27c said that they did 
not. A second part to the question 
asked if they did. do they do the 
driving? 45% said they did the 

driving while 42% said they did not 
and 13% said that they sometimes did. This showed that most 

seniors have a car available to them. 



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usually come to school in a car and enjoy socializing in the parking lot 




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Every year seniors were asked 
about their most embarrassing 
moments. Many events happened 
; to students as they passed through their 
high school years. These are some of the 
"•embarrassing moments that the class of 
■94 had. 

Abby Ayer was emban'as.sed wlien she 

: had to push a friend's car ail the way 

:: from South Lake Shore and 222nd street 

■ to the Sunoco on 200th .street at 10:30 at 

night with people she knew driving past 

them. 

Phillip Baioni was embarrassed when 
he was depanced in front of both the 
girl's and boy's cross countt? team. 
Tim Brokaw was embarrassed when he 
brought his one-legged dog named 
Ringer to school in a wheeiban-ow and 
everybody laughed. 

Grady Buhaley was embarrassed when 
the track team stopped at McDonald's 
after a meet and he stood up and hit his 
head on a hanging plant and everyone 
heard the noise so they all turned and 
laughed. 

Dan Burke was embarrassed when he 
found out that his zipper was down for 
the whole day. During that day he made 
an oral report in Mr. Hartman's class. 
Pat Carney was embarrassed during his 
freshman year when someone threw gum 
in hair and he had to go to Chris 
Clark's locker where he cut it out with 
scissors. 

John David was embarrassed during his 
freshman year when he walked into the 
fake hallway on the second floor. 
Tracey DePanicis was embarrassed 



Lillian Mazzei 
and Mike 
Davis don't 
seem to be 
embarrassed at 
the Homecom- 
ing dance but 
they had their 
share of 
embarrassing 
moments 
during their 
days at Euclid. 



when she gave a speech on gun control 
and didn't really know what she was 
talking about. 

JuHe Di Bartolomeo was embajtassed 
when she was coming to school in Cara 
Parise's car and saw that Tim Phillis 
was next to her. She turned her head and 
jumped up and yelled "Tim" but when 
she jumped up she hit her head on the 
top of the door and knocked herself 
unconscious. 

Chris Di Biase was embarrassed when 
he split his pants on stage duiing Guys 
and Dolls during his freshman year. 
Victoria Doles was embarrassed when 
she hit her head on a desk divider when 
she was in S.l.S. 

Heidi Fuhrman was embaixassed when 
she fell asleep during a '"Band Bash" at 
the Salvation Army and when she woke 
up some of the Marching Band members 
duct taped her to the floor and were 
watching and laughing at her. 
Mike Gibatdi was embaiTassed when he 
got atTested at a football game in front of 
everyone during his freshman year. 
Kevin Granite wa.s embarrassed whea 
he was running late to gym class and he 
forgot to put his shorts on. He went into 
gym cla,ss with only his baxers on. 
Erin Harsch was emban-assed when she 
and Tiffany Highland were getting 
dressed for the Spring Play and Todd 
Shuskey, Kevin Died! and Bill Parsans 
walked in on them. 

Sarah-Irene Nehrig must have been in 
the same dressing room since Kevin 
Dietz and Bill Parsons also walked in 
on her. She wits in a slip but they walked 



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out and told everyone they saw her 
naked. 

Amy Hendrickson was embarrassed 
during Big Show rehearsal when she left 
her shirt untncked and then did a back 
walkover into splits and her shirt flew up 
right in front of the guy she liked. 
Tiffany Highland was embarrassed 
during the closing night of Oliver when 
she was supposed to knock off Dan 
Burke's hat and it fell into the pit and 
one of the pit members threw it back up. 
Annette Hollis was embarrassed when 
she wore a 'V-neck shirt to school and 
Jason Mc Creight and Chad Gady 
asked her to pick up their pencil and she 
fell for it twice. 

Brian Isgro was embarrassed when he 
ran out of gas during morning rush hour 
and everybody was honking their horns 
and screaming. 

Deonna Ivey was eimbatrassed when her 
friends had her talk about a guy that she 
liked, not telling her he was right behind 
them listening. 

Stacie Johnson was embarrassed when 
the clasp on her bathing suit broke and 
she gave the whole beach a Iree show. 
Laura Kunchik was emtiarras.sed when 
she was .sneaking out of study hail and 
fell and kicked herself in the neck. 
Jeff Lapuh was embarrassed when he 
got hit in his privates during his second 
tennis match as a fre.shinan. 
Matt Lemieux was embarrassed when 
he was pushed out of the locker room 
after a hockey match and there were a lot 
of people watching. 
Lillian Mazzei was embarras.sed when 
she backed her Ciu- into someone else's in 
the high school parking lot. 
Cecilia Miller was embarrassed when 
she tried to kick a volleyball to Stacie 
Medeti during practice and she fell in 
front of eveiyone. 

Kelly Moyer was embarrassed during 
Homecoming when she was the Junior 
Attendant. At the dance her dress split 
op the back seam to her butt and she had 
to dance the couit dance with a big split 
up the back and her butt showing. 
Matt Orgovan W'as embarrassed when 
his friend who was a morning P.A. 
announcer broadcasted tltat he needed a 
date for Homecoming. 
Helena Oroz was embarrassed when .she 
ran her father's mint condition Cadillac 
into a telephone pole at Memorial Park 



right by the tennis courts on the way td 
practice and the entire team ran over ar 
saw her freak out 

Nicole Phillips was embarrassed when 
she was pushed and fell into the founta: 
at Euclid Square Mall. 
Rebecca Shrader was embarrassed 
when she was walking to class and 
turned around to talk to someone and r< 
into an open door and the door slamme 
closed and she fell on the floor and thet 
the teacher opened the door and yelled 
her. 

Mark StilKngs was embarrassed when 
he drove his car in the pailcing lot and 
bumped into some senior giri's car 
during his sophomore year when it was 
wet. Everyone was busting up with 
laughter and then she WTOte about it as 
her most emban-assing moment. 
Michelle Suchy was embarrassed whet 
she came out of Bemie Schulman's wifl 
Angje Schneider and couldn't get her 
key to open the car door. She tried the 
door and it was unlocked so she got in 
and then discovered that it wasn't her 
car. 

Tony Sustarsic was embarrassed when 
he backed his car into the garage to cles 
the inside and bent the door because he 
forgot to close it. Matt I^mieux show« 
up a minute later and laughed at him an 
told everybody. 

Steve Tlngley was etnbarrassed his 
sophomore yetir in Mr. Kelly's class 
when he sat in the back and was slippjn 
notes under the fold-up wall to some ho 
senior. He .slipped it under again and 
again but one time it didn't come back. 
Suddenly Mr. Hoffart came over and 
delivered the note and Mr. Kelly showe 
everyone what he was doing. 
Leann Uchbar was embarrassed when 
her date went crazy on the dance floor 
and 'Winterfest and ripped his pants and 
ended up wearing jeans the rest of the 
evening. 

Susan Grywalski, Joiianne Hadyk am 
Lisa Steele were embarrassed when the; 
went into the wrong classroom by 
mistake. 

Darlene Baird, Wakil Binghamu 
Daneen Callahan, Donald Dawson, 
Tomeka Gftbs, Tiffany Hicks, Bekki 
Sakatch, Mike Tomsic, Amy Von Sick 
Andrea Wiltiams and Cory Lederer 
were embarrassed when they fell while 
either going up or down the stairs. 



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i KT emories were a very imjxirtant 

. T Aschooi seniors. It was a time 
len people were matuiing and went 
ough many changes in their lives. 
is meant that there was a lot to 
nember. Here are some of the 
imorjes that the class of 94 had. 
>by Ayer remembered when a tornado 
at cheerleading camp in Ashland and 
If the squad went home before the 
mpetition. 

tillip Baionl, IVfatt Lemieux, Kjle 
'iich, Sarah-Irene Nehrig, Martin 
NelH, Sarah Payne, Robert Tepley 
d Laura Kunchik remembered when 
iclid didn't have so much security 
liking around the halls. 
akil Bingham remembered when 
;rc were 4 minute passing times and 
> tardy policy and he walJced all over 
J system. 

IB Brokaw, Helena Orox and Stacie 
thnson remembered when students 
)re their pants around their waists and 
It down around their knees. 
meiliza Brown. Jennifer Grisard, 
Bry Lederer, Jason Mc Creight and 
it Carney remembered the bomb scare 
hen they had no idea what was going 

L 

►n Buchner remembered the regular 
!l!s and when lunches were cheaper. 
riie Di Bartolomeo remembered when 
imeone farted in Spanish class, denied 
e whole tiling and was nicknamed "the 
pper" for the rest of the year. 
hris Di Biase remembered when 
uclid had brown lockers. 
ktoria Dotes, Bob Godina and 
omeka Gibbs remembered when 
uclid wasn't as much of a prison. 
^evin Granito remembered when Joe 
rkic got locked in the second floor 
athroom after they started locking it 
uring lunch periods and missed 4.5 and 
periods. 

usan Grywaiski remembered when 
1r. Von Benken set his hand on fire for 
le class. 

innette HoUis remembered when 
;uciid played St. Ignatius and almost 
ron the game. 

eff Lapuh remembered when there 
weren't so many wanna-bees at Euclid. 
"at May and Brian Tomazic remem- 
lered when Lavelle Stoves threw Chris 



Di Biasc's bookbag out of the 3rd floor = 
chemistiy window. 

Tina Michael remembered when seniors 
didn't have to pass the ninth grade 
proficiency exams. 
Cecilia iVKUer remembered when 
Staccy .Meden dropped ketchup on the 
front of her white shorts and had to wear 
her gym shorts for the rest of the day. 
Kelly Moyer remembered when she 
broke Deaona Hoppert's nose in Mr. 
Pignatiello's class her freshman year. 
Kacie Ray remembered when the style 
at school was stone washed jeans. Cortez 
Nikes and two pairs of different colored 
socks. 

Mark Stillings remembered when 
.school was just for fun before he 
changed and took classes more seriously. 
Michelle Suchy remembered when 
Cara Parise got saick in the turning 
gate at the Medina Relays. 
Tony Sastarsic remembered when his 
junior English class was in the History 
room in the library and he wanted to 
liven things up so he ran into the Main 
Library, tripped and flew over a chair. 
Only Kyie Rtiss. Renee Thomas. Erin 
Smith and Tony laughed. 
Steve Tin^ey remembered when Mike 
Davis, instead of bringing his Algebra II 
book to class, brought only the page they 
were working on and the teacher was 
rather angry. 

Tamika Tuggle remembered when 
Euclid was more fun. there was more 
school spirit and lunches cost less. 
Amy "Von Sick remembered when 
Euclid was full of spirit and pride, tiiere 
were lots of dances and pep rallies. 
Andrea Williams remembered when 
someone broke into her locker and .stole 
her suede bookbag and crayons her 
freshman year. 





Julie Di Bartolomeo, Cecilia Miller and Stacey Meden will have many memo- 
ries of their super 20-2 volleyball season. 

Sarah Payne, Abby Ayer and Palti Sheck and Tomeka Gibbs had many fond 
memories at Euclid 



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Annette Hollis wants 
"to look for a guy who 
isn't afraid to be him- 
self. Someone who is 
cute too." 




Andrea Haselbusch is looking 

for someone who has "humor, H" 
good looks and intelligence." ^ 
Tracey De Panicis is telling her ^ 
friend, Lisa Baber, how she r" 
wants a boy with "personal- '^V 
ity , good sense of humor, 
good controlled tem- 
per, caring and 
outgoing." 





Erneiliza Brown could be discussing 

boys with Kim Clark and Adrienne 

Chinni. Erneiliza fee 

tellect, open minde 

knows how to carry 1 

self, good dresser 

and kindness" is 

important. 




Helena Oroz announced the Homecoming Queen 

and court at the Homecoming 1 1 * _r* /~^ . • 

Republic or Croatia 



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OJ 



uring the summer of 1993, Helena Oroz spent five weeks in 
the Republic of Croatia. It was a trip that she would never 
forget. 
For her mother, it was a return to the home and neighborhood that 
she had not seen in twenty-eight years, Stari Mikanovci. For her sister, 
Vesna and for herself it was a journey to a land they had never seen but 
always thought of as home. 

Much remained unchanged at her grandmother's house. The chicken 
coop and storage cabinet that her father built for her almost thiny years ago 
still stood. There was no television and no telephone. Until her mother 
arrived, her baka was still pulling water up out of a well and cooking on a 
wood-burning stove. Now. things were a little easier for her with indoor 
plumbing and an electric two-burner stove-top appliance to cool on. (But no 
matter how convenient that appliance was, it was probable unplugged and 
thrown in a closet the minute they left-baka was pretty set in her ways.) 
r^T She missed everybody she met the minute she left. The guys did nothing but 

V joke around, the girls always had funny stories about the guys. They all had the 
ft ,. weight of the war on their shoulders: but they laughed and smiled and lived with 

. ^^S^ such a resiliency of spirit that her troubles were put in perspective for her. 
j?^^ It was different. To be told to stay away from the club in Koritnja on a certain 

V* evening because it's their saint's feast day and (he Chetniks a couple kilometers away 
might start trouble. To sit on a bus next to a soldier, his machine gun slung over his 
shoulder. To hear the booming of whatever it was being fired from or on Zadar while 
swimming in the Adriatic Sea. 

She saw tTie majestic capital city of Zagreb, the beauty of the coast along the Adriatic. She also 
saw the smaller cities of 'Vinkovci and Osijak: the buildings sagging, pockmarked from mortar and gun 
fire; the tiny stores almost empty, their owners wary of bringing in new stock that few could buy, stock to move 
out when the fighting started anew. She saw the village of Nustar; not much different from Stari Mikanovci. except that many of the homes and the church they 
saw before the blue berets turned them around were nothing more than heaps of rubble. 

The bus stop in Vinkovci was right in front of a mass of debris that used to be a church. She remembered grasping the bars of the fence surrounding it and 
feeling a wave of sadness wash over her; and then noticing a little scrappy fiower stretching its petals out of the rubble, and momentarily feeling better, 
fieetingly reassured and thinking that meant that thmgs were going to get better and that she would be able to get back there someday soon to make it happen. 
-Helena Oroz 







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Helena and her sister, Vesna, at a water refinery on the isUiiid nt Pag. 

One day while they were on the island of Pag they heard the booming of shells or something else from across 

the water in the direction of Zadar. 

A bridge that suffered during the ravages of the war. 

The U.N. forces with their blue berets were everywhere. 



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Since the Euclidian is published in 
the Spring of the year, in order to 
be included in it an event must 
occur before the last deadline which is 
in early March. All the following events 
occurred after the deadUne and are in- 
cluded in the 1994 yearbook. 




Memories Divider 



Sparkey Birkett getting the baton from James Driscoll 

during their relay against Bedford. 

Steve Zahursky hitting the ball into the outfield during his 

time at bat. 





Mike Nagy going over ttie bar in the 
pole vault during one of the outdoor 
track meets. Mike was one of the 
three best pole vaulters on the Euclid 
team. 



;ann Uchbar showing great form as she tnrows the 
scus during one of the outdoor track meets. 





The determined look on 
Melanie Shippitka's face 
shows that she wants to 
put the ball out of the 
park during practice 
before one of her Softball 
games. 



aggie Dane and Todd Shuskey and the Chorus singing "Consider 
)urself ' during the spring presentation of Oliver. 



Memories Divider 





The 1993 Vai-sity 
baseball team did not 
capture the G.CC. as 
in the previous six years. 
Spring break was spent in 
Florida where they partici- 
pated in the Apopka Tourna- 
ment in Orlando. After losing 
two games there they returned 
home and won 15 of their next 
17 games. Their last seven 
games, however, saw 5 losses 
causing their loss of the 
G.CC. Championship. 

-Carmeesha Norman 




Pitcher, Mike Hoffman, was one of the bright spots 
for the Panthers. 



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Varsity Baseball, Row one: Vince Sztul, Jay Cudo, Joel Perry, Mike Mc Neill, 
Kyle Wendrof, Brian Bush, Matt Orgovan, Pat May. Row two: Martin O'Neill, 
Don Jungel, Tim Brokaw, Adam Reichman, Bill Parsons, Chad Dula, Joe Mc 
Crone, Tim Banach, Marty Moushey. Row three: Coach Jeff Hartmann, Ron 
Siedler, Matt Lucas, Jim Zdesar, Steve Zahursky, Mike Yurcich, Mike Hoffman, 
Mark Kovacevich, Coach, Paul Serra 



J. V. Baseball, Row one: Kevin Mc Carthy, Barry Grisez, Chris Kletecka, Louis 
Besses, Jua Robinson, Tim Rudy. Row two: Aaron Boyce, Mike Banach, Jim 
Belanich, Matt Hoffman, Pat May, Coach Dennis Turkall. Row three: Martir 
O'Neill, B.J. Harrison, Gary Dwyer, Jeff Morris, Mark Killion, Mike Fording, 
Matt Orgovan. 



FRESHMAN BASEBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


VASJ 


6 


7 


Si. Ed. 


10 


1 


St. Ign. 


7 


6 


Riven.idii 


9 


4 


Pern 


11 


10 


Mavfield 


7 


4 


.South 


6 


1 


Bedford 


10 


S 


Brusli 


12 


7 


North 


12 


8 


Bay 


12 


8 


Mayfieid 


6 


7 


South 


9 


8 


Bedford 


17 


14 


Brush 


16 


11 


North 


6 


9 


SEASON RECORD WON 


13 LOST 3 





Baseball 



Jay Cudo swinging on the ball 
during one of his at bats. 



JV BA.SEBAr.L 




TEAM 


US 


rHEM 


Holv Name 


7 


2 


VASI 


7 





Ai;!i. Edgewood 


8 


5 


Solon 


9 





St. Edward 


15 


5 


No. Roviilton 


10 





Mayfieid 


12 


11 


South 





3 


Bedford 


13 


2 


Rocky River 


12 


2 


Mentor- 


6 


8 


Bra5h 


\3 


3 


St, Ignatius 


4 


9 


Nortll 


6 


5 


Bay Village 


7 


6 


Maple His 


.8 


4 


South 


13 


6 


Mayfieid 


15 


6 


South 


13 


6 


Chanel 


13 


4 


Bedfotxl 


8 





Mentor 


2 


3 


Brush 


15 


10 


Maple Hb 


.6 





North (forfeit) Es 


13 


5 


SEASON RECORD WON 20 LOST 4 1 


G.CC RECORD WON i 1 LOST 3 \ 


LEAGUE FINISH first 


1 



VARSITY BASEBALL 




TEAM 


US THEM 


Holy Nanre 


8 


3 


VASJ 


10 


1 


.A.sh. Edgewood 


10 


1 


OrangewoOd 


7 


1 


Cypress Creek 





1 


Bishop Moore 


3 


14 


Mayfieid 


6 


3 


South 


5 


4 


Bedford 


7 


5 


Mentor 





11 


Brush 


11 


2 


St. Ignatius 


5 


4 


North 


5 


11 


Bay Village 


6 


5 


Maple Hts 


.6 


3 


South 


4 


3 


Mayfieid 


11 


5 


South 


11 


1 


Chanel 


3 


1 


Bedford 


4 


3 


Geneva 


18 


3 


Mentor 


3 


4 


Brush 


7 


14 


MXI 


3 


4 


Pn^vll RisusM- 


11 


7 


MLlltO! 


4 


6 


Mapu 111.. 


4 





\>nti 


3 


11 


SI' VSON Rh< OKD V\ON 19 I ().ST9 


G.CC RK ORll WON S 1 OSl 


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LEAGUE UMSU tlilid or second 







'arsity Softball, Row one: Carrie Collins, Julie 
lontagner, Melanie Shippitka, Gina Zeman, Kyle 
^uss. Row two: Margie Mihalic, Kris Mihalic, Stacy 
leden, Carrie Belavich, Coach Arle Lumadue. Row 
iree: Coach Chet Nolan, Meredith Mihalic, Kim 
wearingin, Wendy Durket, Michelle Derganc. 



The 1993 Panther softball team finished the season with a 21-1 1 overall record 
and 8-6 in the G.C.C. which ended them with a tie for third place in the confer 
ence. This showed much improvement over the previous year's sixth place 
conference finish. The team had many underclassmen who will be counted on to 
improve their record. 





FRESHMEN SOFTBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mayfield 


5 


19 


South 


15 


4 


Maple His. 


V 


4 


Mentor 


1 


IS 


Brush 


9 


n 


North 


1 


5 


Lake CaUi. 


\3 


12 


.Solon 


7 


17 


NDCL 


1 


12 


Wickliffe 


14 


9 


Mav field 


1.1 


7 


South 


12 


17 


Maple Hu. 


10 


5 


Solon 


S 


24 


Bnish 


6 


22 


Norlh 


5 


IS 


Mentor 


2 


IS 


SEASON RECOR0 WON 6 LOST 1 1 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 4 LOST 8 | 



J.V. Softball, Row one: Stacie Glavan, 
Lindsay Freeman, Heather Nickell, 
Coach Diane Maroli. Row two: Kathy 
Copic, Becky Glavan, Kelley Shea, 
Amy Hodder, Jenny Cavanaugh, Car- 
rie White. Row three: Jenn Kascak, 
Lori Davison, Dawn Adams, Maria 
Schiavoni, Abby Ayer. 



VARSITY SOFTBALL | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Solon 


9 


5 


Villa Ang.«L Joe 





1 


Holy Name 


7 


2 


Lake Catholic 


5 


11 


Triiiiiy 


10 





Bedford 


6 


1 


Mayfield 


9 


2 


North 


5 


1 


Mentor 


2 


17 


Bru.sh 


2 


5 


.South 





5 


Maple Hts. 


15 





Wickliffe 


4 


3 


Holy Name 


5 


4 


NDCL 


2 


4 


Maple Hts. 


20 


3 


Trinity 


9 


2 


Mentor 


3 


2 


Lake Catholic 


4 


5 


Mavfield 


8 


6 


North 


13 


6 


Bedford 


11 





Mentor 


5 


9 


Brush 


7 


S 


South 


1 


2 


Maple Hls. 


17 





Wesl Geaug.T 


4 


2 


Villa Ang./St. Joe 


S 


1 


Cinn. Oak Hills 


6 


5 


Lake Catholic 


7 


S 


NDCL 


8 


i 


Cinn. Oak HilLs 


6 


8 


SEASON RECORD WON 21 LOST 11 


C.C.C. RECORD WON 8 LOST 6 


LEAGUE FINLSH Tied for third 



JV SOFTBALL 




TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Solon 


9 


10 


Villa Ab«./Sl Joe 


15 


1 


Holy Name 


2 


10 


Lake Catholic 


2 


11 


Trinilv 


6 


16 


Bedford 


15 





Mavfield 


7 





North 


4 


6 


Mentor 


7 


6 


Brush 


9 


4 


Soutl) 


4 


14 


Maple His. 


7 


10 


Wickliffe 


19 


3 


Mayfield 


15 


12 


North 


5 


8 


Bedford 


22 


1 


Mentor 


6 


4 


Brush 


2S 


17 


South 


12 


IS 


Maple His. 


21 


n 


Kenston 


13 


9 


Trinity 


8 


10 


Hudson 


24 


HI 


Cuv. Hts. 


9 


1 


Lake 


3 


7 


SEASON RECORD WON 14 LOST 11 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 9 LOST ."; 







Softball 



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The Boys Outdoor 
Track Team had an 
outstanding 1993 
season. Not only did they go 
andefeated, they also won 
the Strongsville Invitational, 
Medina Relays, Mentor 
Relays and Euclid Relays. In 
the State Meet Bob Lemieux 
placed third in the Pole Vault 
and Raeshuan Jernigan 
placed fourth in the 1 10 High 
Hurdles. 




Boy's Track, Row one: Joe Carrier, Christopher Atlas, Brandon Biggom, Mike Nagy, Bob Lemieux, Israel Jackson. Row 
two: Brian Jordan, Phil Baioni, Pat Carney, Robert Tepley, Ken Schuster, Tim Carney, Steve Ladovich, Deshawn Short. 
Row three: James DriscoU, Grady Buhaley, Andy Ehrhardt, Matt Lemieux, Jamie Willett, Sparkey Birkett, Mike 
Montgomery, Raeshuan Jernigan. Row four: Ben Mooney, Tom Walker, Dan Corleto, Leonardo Carrizo, Nick Seifried, 
Steve Caldwell, Rafael Brown, Pepe Pearson, Shawn Thompson. Row five: De Juan Goulde, Donald Dawson, Keith 
Eubank, Richard Wynn, Olen Steelman, John David, Raymel Slaughter. 








BOY'S OtniTOOR TRACK | 


TEAM 


LIS 


THEM 


VAS,I 


118 


14 


Bni.5h 


93 


39 


South 


91 


41 


North 


102 


30 


Bedford 


69 


63 


Maple Hti, 


93 


39 


Mentor 


73 


59 


Mayfield 


96 


3S 


SE.4SON RECORD WON S LOST 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 7 taSTO | 


LEAGUE FINISH Hrsl 





Matt Lemieux going over the bar in 

the pole vault. 

Brandon Biggom getting the baton 

from Raeshuan Jernigan during 

their relay. 

Deshawn Short and Pat Carney 

finishing their races. 



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Ts Track, Row one: LaTonya Smith, Lakisha Phillips, Tamika White, Nicole Jackson, Vanya Stewart, Roschell 
hley, Maria Barker, Kari Wallette, Monica Tomasic, Mary Kunes. Row two: Linda Turchik, Rosa-Lila Andrews, 
jra Roster, Kim Sumpter, Sandra Brown, Michele Moses, Miriam Hohs, Latosha Peoples, Ameenah Rasheed. Row 
ee; Chris King, Angela Miklavcic, Jamie Smialek, Aileen Glowacki, Marie Salupo, Chris Eminger, Tatianna 
irtelletti, Cara Parise. Row four: Kathleen Graham, Mary Dacar, Mary Wolf, Alison FitzGerald, Leann Uchbar, Julie 
Bartolomeo, Alaycia Clark, Marsha Appling, Michelle Suchy. Row five: Coaches, Dick York, Lou Tomasi, Mike 
stin, Pete Schwenke. 




The 1993 Girls 
Outdoor Track Team 
did as well as they 
did the previous year and 
finished second in the 
G.C.C. with a 7- 1 record. 
Latonya Smith finished 
first in the conference meet 
in the Long Jump while 
Roschell Ashley, LaKisha 
PhUlips, Monica Tomazic 
and LaTonya Smith 
finished first in the 800 
Relay. LaTonya Smith 
finished third in the State 
Meet in the long jump. 



Nicole Jackson getting the baton from 
Roschell Ashley during a practice 
before a meet. 

Julie Di Bartolomeo letting the dis- 
cus fly from her hand during compe- 
tition. 

Ameenah Rasheed and Marsha 
Appling practicing going over the 
hurdles before a meet. 
Tamika White getting her ankle taped 
by Coach Pete Schwenke before her 
event. 



GIRL'S OUTDOOR TR.\CK | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Mayfield 


7(1 


5.1 


Boish 


104 


24 


Soulh 


87 


41 


North 


70.5 


57.5 


Bedliircl 


50 


78 


Maple Hts, 


Qd 


32 


Mt'illoi 


5.1..^ 


74.5 


SEASON RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 1 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 5 LOST 2 \ 


LEAGUE FINISH second 





Track 





The boy's Tennis team continued its improve 
ment trend with the 1993 season. They 
finished the season near the .500 mark and 
had the best record in the last several years. With 
only two seniors graduating there should be a good 
nucleus to continue the winning record into the 
1 994 season. 



Boy's Tennis, Row one: Jon Buchner, Mike Walczak, Robin Little, Jeremy Lange. Row twc 
Coach Rob Heramb, Seth Sederholm, Paul Felden, Mike Heramb, Adam Norris, Rob Heramb 
Coach Pete Swope. Row three: Adam Van Ho, Kevin Bremer, Jason Mc Creight, Jae Amos 
Dave Masek, Jeff Lapuh. 




VARSITY BOY'S TENNIS | 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lake Oath. 


5 





Madison 


2 


3 


Wikckliffe 


5 





Chamberlin 


1 


4 


Perr)- 


4 


1 


Mayfield 


3 


2 


Mentor 


1 


4 


North 


2 


3 


Kirtland 


4 


1 


Cleve, Hts. 


1 


4 


South 


1 


4 


Brush 


3 


2 


Oiange 


2 


3 


SEASON RECORD WON 6 LOST 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 2 LOST 3 


LEAGUE FINISH fifth (tie) 



JV BOY'S TENNIS 


TEAM 


US 


THEM 


Lake Oath. 


5 





Madison 


4 


1 


Wikckliffe 


5 





Perry 


5 





Mayfield 


3 


2 


Mentor 


1 


4 


North 


4 


1 


Cleve. Hts. 


3 


2 


South 


1 


4 


Brush 


5 





SEASON RECORD WON 68LOST 


G.C.C. RECORD WON 3 LOST 2 



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On April 30 and May 1, 1993, the Wai Niipolo club 
performed an outstanding show called, "Title Waves". 
The theme was any of the song titles that the girls 
preferred. This theme allowed them to do many different stunts 
in the water adding much variety to their synchronized swim- 
ming. To prepare for the show they put in many long hours of 
practice after school and during Spring Break. 

The advisers for the club were Debbie Miller, Debbie 
Speck, Katie Morris and Joan Bush. The senior show 
director was Lauren Scheurman and the junior show director 
was Melissa Nagode. 

-Jenny Wolchko 



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Senior show director, Lauren Scheurman and Junior show director, Melissa 
Nagode making announcements at the beginning of the show. 
Soloist, Jenny Wolchko, performing her number to "Glory of Love". 
Carissa Scott, Kristin Kish and Joyce Ashman floating during their number. 






Swim Show 






On May 7, 8, 9, 14 and 15 Euclid present its atinual musical 
production which was Oliver, The play was based on the 
story, Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Oliver was an 
orphan who ran away from a home for the homeless and ends up 
with a band of pickpockets who showed him how to survive. The 
play took place in early England and involved many students who 
sang, danced, played in the orchestra or worked on the sets. 



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gives stndents a chame to show off 



Lights, camera, action ! 
The 1993 talent show, 
which waj held on 
March 26 and 27, brought out 
surprising hidden talents in 
many of the students at Euclid 
High School. Some of these 
hidden talents that were 
revealed included Albert 
Helcberger's outstanding 
piano playing of the "Walze 
Opus", the supreme group For 
Ladies Only (F.L.O.), the Jazz 
Band and Varsity Chorale. 



There were about 300 people 
attending the performance on 
opening night while closing 
night saw about 200 people in 
the audience. 

Unlike in the past, the 1993 
Talent Show included 
participants ranging from 
freshmen to seniors. About 
$2,050 was raised from it to 
help defray the costs of the 
Prom. 

-Jenny Wolchko 




The Masters of Ceremonies for the performances were Jim Masterson, Mike M( 
Guinness, Ken Novak, Kevin Granito, Todd Shuskey, Jennifer Dineen anc 
Wendy Myles. 




Sam Marchuk singing "Shook Me All 
Night Long", Symphony" and "I Hate 
Everything About You". 



The Varsity Chorale performed 

"Magic to Do" and "Phantom of the 

Opera Medley". 



Members of the Jazz Band, Mike 

Waltermire, William Preston, Tony 

Hren, Mike Tomsic and Greg Bauer 

performed "Soulmates", "Big Candy 

Mountain Rock", and "The Whiz". 




Senior Talent Night 







At the close of the regular school day on Tuesday, May 
25, 1993 the annual Senior awards program was held in 
the Little Theater. At that time Administrators, 
counselors and representatives from the community presented 
many awards to Euclid seniors. Some of the awards are certifi- 
cates or gifts, but most of them are monetary rewards which 
helped the students in furthering their education. 





Greg Bauer, Eric Cantini and 
Michael Gating accepting their 
awards for Tandy Technology 
Scholars. 

Melissa Parey receiving the 
Edgar E. Kessel Scholarship 
from Principal, William Scog- 
gan. 



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On Wednesday, April 28. 1993 Student Council spoTT 
sored its annual Senior Senior Prom for residents of the 
Euclid community. Senior citizens were invited to 
dance and dine with members of Student Council. In the pictures 
at the left, Marty O'Neill and Eric Cantini can be seen enjoy- 
ing themselves with some of Euclid's senior citizens. 



Senior Awards/Senior Senior Prom ( 197) 






On Wednesday, June 
2, 1993 Euclid's 
Senior Prom was 
held at Landerhaven Country 
Club. It was truly an elegant 
evening for all who partici- 
pated. Many arrived by 
limousine and enjoyed 
having their pictures taken 
after arrival. After that it was 
time for a formal meal and 
then dancing into the night. 



Beka Bechtel, John Vuyancih, Bob 

Yoe, Cara Yakabucki, Jim Shamp, 

Jeremy Wodjak, Megan Von 

Benken, Leann Uchbar and Monica 

Tomazic socializing before dinner. 





Chris Norton and Darlene Baird 

showing how much they enjoyed each 
other's company. 



Many couples were savoring their 

time together before dinner began. 

Upon arriving, the couples had to 

pick up their tickets. 




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Commencement 
occurred on Sunday, 
June 6, 1993 at the 
Front Row Theater. The class 
of '93 was the last EucHd class 
to graduate from tlje Front 
Row since it closed in July of 
1993. It was a beautiful June 
day and everyone showed lots 
of emotion as they sat through 
the ceremony. It was a time 
that most everyone would 
remember for the rest of their 
lives. 



Jerry Echon, Chris Mlac and Frank 
Tomaro got to the Front Row early to 
make sure they didn't miss anything. 
Co-Valedictorians, Mike Cating and 
Eric Cantini gave speeches during the 
program. 





Varsity Chorale sang several selections at the beginning of the program. 
Amanda Luke, Kelly Bartel, Carol Dacar, Olympia Christides, Nancy Certic 
and Melissa Wilson are very anxious to get the program started. 
Ken Novak, Jason Woide, Mark Del Monte, Mike Mc Guinness, Brian 
Shantery, Jennifer Simenc and Gabriel Ursich enjoying themselves in the 
lobby before the ceremony. 



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Jane Addis 
Ronald A. Backos 

Tom Banc 

The Barcza Family 

Stanford Bender 

Allen Black 

Ms. Breeden 

Patricia Buck 

Sue Drienka 

Bill Dwyer 

Euclid PhysCalc Gang 

Ken Ferlito 



Bea Grushcow 
The Heramb Family 
Carolyn Heuer 
Jo Anne Hodder 
Frank Hoffert 
Spencer Kane 

Jane Lellis 

Joan Lidrbauch 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lomac 

Margaret Lucas 

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Manburg 

Judith Mc Laughlin 



Mary Jane and Robert Miceli 
Mr. R. Montani 

K. Moms 

Adam Pawlowski 

Jeanne Perse 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Petrovic 

Robert and Barbara Ramlow 

Charles and Sally Reno 

Penny Roberts 

Sandra Sanborn 

The Schmelings 

Bill Scoggan 



Elaine Sheridan 

Mrs. Paula Sheridan 

Frank, Tina and Frankie Soltesz 

Judith Stobinski 

Diane Tizzano 

The Ton-elli Family 

Bill and Pat Turk 

Dennis Turkall 

The Von Benken Family 

Connie Warman 

Rick Wherley 

Mary White 

Judith Zubizarreta 



PflllENT PNTRONS 



Dennis and Karen Ayer/Abby D. Ayer 

Donna Bischof/Kimberly Anne Bischof 

Kimberly Anne, 

You're everything a daughter should be. I am so very proud of 

you and will always be there when you need me. 

Love, Mom 

Barbara Boyarsky/Therese Boyarsky 

Tracy June, 

I'm so proud! I love you! 

Mom 



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Patrons 



Dennis and Barbara Brickman/Renee Brickman 
Julie and Bill Brokaw/Tim Brokaw 
Frank and Cathy Burke/Daniel E. Burke 

James P. Ciomek-Gwendolyn Devine/Calli Ciomek 

Congratulations, Calli!! Congratulations mommy!! 

We love you so much and we are very proud of you. God bless you 

and your future. John 3:16,17 

Love, Your Dad and your daughter, Gwendolyn Diana 

John and Lynette David/John David 

Rollin and Alice Davis/Michael Davis 



PRRENT PHTRONS 



im and Sharan Clark/Christopher Clark 

hiristopher, 

Iways do the best you can with all that you have been given. 

reams can come true. We are very proud of you! 

3ve, Mom and Dad 

alph and Jeannine Cosiano/Ralph J. Cosiano 

alphie, 

ongratulations son! 

'e are so very proud of you! ! ! Our wish is for your future to be 

lied with much happiness and that all your dreams come true. We 

ve you so very much. 

3ve, Dad, Mom and Nina 

inda and Jim Cudo/Jay Cudo 

y, you've got what it takes! We're proud of you. 
3ve, Mom and Dad 

inis and Bob Davison/Lori Davison 

Dri, 

ood Luck in the future. Congratulations! 

3ve, Mom and Dad and R.J. 

)hn and Diana Day/Tara Day 

'e're very proud of you! 

Dve, Mom, Dad, Tim, Columbus and Magellan 

arold and Mary Ann De Boe/Donald J. De Boe 

ick and Charlotte Di Bartolomeo/Julie Di Bartolomeo 

tephen and Denise Di Biase/Christopher Di Biase 

lother/Carly Dillon 

ear Carly, 

one of the most beautiful girls in school, both inside and out! 

ou are a great kid and I am really proud of you! I will always love 

Du, no matter what. 

ove, Mamushka 

•S. Thanks for putting up with me! 

eanne Farrow/Tory Doles 

ongratulations! Sweets 

my heart. You're smart, kind of beautiful. God Bless you! 

ove. Mom XXOO 

Kathleen Dreis/Brian Michael Dreis 

!arolyn Driscoll/James DriscoU 

Jchard and Kathy Freeh/Joshua Freeh 

lay and Barb Grisard/Jennifer Grisard 

lary and Rob Heramb/Robert M. Heramb 

lick and Diane Jordan/Scott Jordan 



Donna Dybzinski/Jeff Dybzinski 

My oldest Child. 

Your operation gave us quite a scare, 
it made me think of just how rare 
you are to me and always have been, 
My oldest child. 

I may speak to you harsh and stem, 

but it's been tempered with loving concern, 

my oldest child. 

Sixteen years have passed so quick, 
here's some advice, and make it stick... 
always to your self be true; 
consider lasting effects of today's decisions; 
and you'll grow and have much to learn, from 
YOUR oldest child. 

Love, Mom 

Kim and James Feldkamp/Ann C. Feldkamp 

Annie, 

Keep it up! One down. Three to go! 

Love, Mom and Dad and Tommy 

Tim and Carmie Fogarty/Michele N. Fogarty 

Best of luck Toots, We love you! Mom and Dad 

Ralph and Darleen Friedel/Melissa Friedel 

Good Luck Missie! I hope you succeed in everything you do. 
Love, Mom and Dad 

Bill and Cindy Harsch/Erin V. Harsch 

Erin, 

You are a super person! We are so proud of you. Congratulations 

and God bless. 

Love, Dad, Mom and Jenna 

Gary and Betty Kleckner/Casey G. Kleckner 

Lynelle Maines/Tamara La'Tia Maines 

Jack and JoAnn Marron/Nathaniel Marron 

Vem, 

Ya' done real good- We're so proud! 

Love. Mommo, Poppo and Sis 

Demetrius and Veronica Safo/Monique Martin 

Pam and Pat May/Patrick May 

Congratulations Patrick! We wish you success in the future. 
Mom and Dad 

Joe and Sandy Meden/Stacey Meden 



Patrons 



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PARENT PiTRQNS 



John and Pat Miller/Cecilia A. Miller 
Keith and Dianne Miller/Jane E. Miller 
Kathy and Tony Muzinic/Elizabeth Muzinic 
Mary Jo Nehrig/Sarah-Irene Nehrig 
Linn M. Parise/Cara M. Parise 

Frank and Barb ParsonsAVilliani Parsons 

Congratulations, Bill. 

Our love and prayers are with you always. 

Love, Mom. Dad and J. P. 

Paul and Arlene Payne/Sarah E. Payne 

Dear Sarah, 

Congratulations! You have always worked hard to achieve your 

goals. We are so proud of you and we will always be there for you. 

You are the best. 

All our love. Mom, Dad and Matt 

Cindy Pelz/Joshua J. Pelz 

Dorene Mannion/Lisa Rhodes 

Lisa, 

I am proud of you and love you very much. 

Love, Mom 

Sandi Russ/Kyle L. Russ 

Salvatore C. and Dennise M. Russo/Michael Russo 

John and Ingrid Sacko/Liesel Sacko 



Joanne Salvatore/Alicia Salvatore 
John and Nancy Samsa/Jason D. Samsa 
Theresa Seawright/Samuel C. Seawright 
Edward and JoAnn Valyik/Rebecca Shrader 

Janet Spivey/Jason Spivey 

Jason, 

It seems like only yesterday. Keep up the good work. 

Mom 

Kurt and Ronni Stanic/Derek Stanic 

Derek, 

Work hard and run fast. Don't just do it. ..get it done! 

Love, Mom and Dad 

Kimble and Rowena Sumpter/Kimberly Monique Sumpter 

Charles R. Taylor/Ebony S. Taylor 

Howard and Doris Tingley/Steven M. Tingley 

Bruce and Peggy TorzewskiTDoug Torzewski 

Mrs. Kathleen Carabotta/Leann Uchbar 

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick VuyancihAVilliam Vuyancih 

Bill and Nancy Walczak/Michael Walczak 

Adrienne Gay-Leggon/Racquel C. Ware 

Donald and Denise White/Carrie White 




Abby D. Ayer 

Dear Abby, 

We love you and we are so proud of 

you. Abby, the Lord has blessed you 

and you are very special. Use your 

talents wisely and you will surely shine. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Amy, Adam and Aaron 
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Renee Brickman 

Congratulations Lil' Renee!! We knew 
you could do it! May God bless and 
protect you always. Follow your 
dreams. Be happy!! 
Love, 

Mom, Dad, Kristen and Denny 




Tim Brokaw 

Tim, 

Keep following your dreams. 

We're proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Daniel E. Burke 

)ANDY DAN THE MUSIC MAN 

fou're the master magician... 

fou don't want much, you just want more. 

Iteady, steady... 

,ost in the music. .hearing songs you sing.. 

■Watch closely now... 

V STAR IS BORN 

,ove you. The woman in the moon and Daddy 




John David 

Dear John, 

We are so very proud of you ! 

Wishing you life's best always! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Jenn 




Michael Davis 

Mike, 

You have provided us with many happy 
and exciting moments so far. We can 
hai"dly wait to see what is yet to come. 
Good luck in the future. 
We love you. 
Mom and Dad 






Donald J. De Boe 

Donald, 

-rom one to ten, guess how proud we 

ire of you. You guessed it! 

^ove. 

Mom and Dad 



Julie Di Bartolomeo 

Julie. 

Still the Wonder Woman! 
May all of your dreams come true. 
Congratulations and all of our love. 
Mom, Dad and family 



Christopher Di Biase 

Critter: 

Congratulations! We are very proud of 

you. We will miss you when you go 

away to college. 

Love, 

Dad, Mom, Steph and Nick 






Brian Michael Dreis 

Dryz 

Be a man of strengths and values. 

\s you travel the world, and your life 

infolds, 

Remember: 

'11 always love you 

'11 always be there 



James Driscoll 

We love you JAMES and we're all very 

proud of you. 

Congratulations. 

With God as you guide we know that 

you will continue to succeed in life. 

Love, 

Mom and Grandma 



Jennifer Grisard 

Dear Jennifer. 

As you graduate in '94 

Imagine all that lies in store. 

May all the dreams you're wishing for. 

Come true for you - forevermore! 

Love ya. 

Mom and Dad 



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Robert M. Heramb 

Rob, 

Congratulations! 

We are so very proud of you. You have 
always been a joy. May God bless you 
and keep you in His care. 
We love you lots. 
Mom and Dad 




Tarn: Tamara La'Tia Maines 

Truly you are the joy of my life 
Absolutely unique, including the strife 
My love for you, 1 could never measure. 
Adoring the memories, how fondly I treasure. 
Rejoicing your accomplishments and whatever 

your future may be... 
Always remember, no matter what happens, you 

can always come to me. 

Love you much! 
Ma 




Scott Jordan 

Scott, 

Thanks for all the great memories! 

We are very proud of you! 

Best of luck always. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Remember, dare 
to be different. 
Follow your own 
star. 

Remember that 
those you love, 
love you... 
Congratulations! 
Dad and Mom 




If all kids were 
half as good as 
you, the world 
would be a 
much better 
place. We're 
very proud. 
You are 
SUPER , man! 
Love, 

Mom and 
Dad 



Casey G. Kleckner 




IVIonique Martin 



Stacey Meden 

Stacey, 

You were beautiful then and you're even 

more beautiful now! 

Congratulations on 4 wonderful years. 

We are so proud! 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Cecilia A. Miller 

We are so proud to have you for a 
daughter/sister. We will always be there 
for you. 

Congratulations. 
Love always. 

Mom - Dad - Lorrie - John 

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Our Jane, 
You've come a 
long way, Babe! 
We knew you 
could do it, and 
just think, the 
best is yet to 
come. 

We are so proud. 
We love you. 
Mom and Dad 




Jane E. Miller 



Elizabeth Muzinic 

Deal" Liz, 

Congratulations! You did it! 

We are so proud of the way you've 

grown up. 

Good luck in the future. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Sarah-Irene Nehrig 

'ou've always lit up our lives. 
Jow go out on stage and light up the 
^orld. 
.ove. 
Mom and Ed 




Cara M. Parise 

It's hard to believe my beautiful little 
girl has already grown into her own 
beautiful woman. 
Always stay close to me! 
Love, 
Mom 




Joshua J. Pelz 

Josh, 

Way to go! You've made your family 
very proud. 

Be all that you can be and never stop 
believing in yourself. 
Have fun, be happy and keep smiling! 
All my love. 
Mom 






Kyle L. Russ 

Cyle Lynn and Jessica Ann 
Remember to reach beyond the ordinary 
.nd your dreams will become reality. 
Vith love and great pride, we congratu- 
ate both of you. 
Your Mothers 



Michael Russo 

Mike, 

It has taken a lot of hard work, but we 

knew you could do it. 

We are very proud of you. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Dominic 



Tony Hren, Julianne Hadyk, Liesel 
Sacko 

From those "bumpy read" days of 
nursery school, we always knew you all 
were on that smooth read to success! 
We're proud of you! 
Your Moms 





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Alicia Salvatore 

Uicia, 

Congratulations, you made it! 
Jest of luck in the future and remember 
'ou can be whatever you want. 
Ve'll always be here for you. 
..ove, 
Mom, Laurie and Jimmy 



Jason, 
How 
you've 
changed! 
Congratu- 
lations! 
We're so 
proud of 
you. God 
continues 
to shine 
His light 
on you. 
With His 

help all your dreams will come true. God 

bless you always. 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad, John and Jeff 




Jason D. Samsa 




Congratulations! 
You really made 
it. 

I am so proud. 
Good Luck. 
I love you. 
Mom 



Samuel C. Seawright 



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Rebecca Shrader 



It seems like 
this was taken 
only yester- 
day! 

Now you're 
all grown up 
and graduat- 
ing from high 
school. 
I know you 
will achieve 
anything you 
set your mind 
to do. 



Good Luck! 
Love, 

Eddie, Mom, Scott, Vicky and 
Grandma Valyik 



Congratula- 
tions, you've 
come this far 
by faith. We 
are very proud 
of you. As long 
as you remem- 
ber that God is 
first , you will 
be successful in 
life. When you 
were born our 
hearts were 
Kimberly Monique filled with joy. 
Sumpter Now you've 

grown to be a beautiful sweet young lady. 

Our joy has increased even more. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 





Ebony S. Taylor 

With the help of the Lord we wish you 

all the best. 

Love, 

Mom and Dad 




Steven M. Tingley 

Steve, 

Congratulations. We love you dearly. 

You have been such a joy. We wish 

only the best for your. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Barbra and Howard 




Leann Uchbar 



Leann, 
We are so 
proud of 
you. Thanks 
for sharing 
all your 
great 
moments 
with us. We 
love you and 
wish you 
continued 
success as 
you start the 
next chapter 




of your life. 

Love forever and ever. 

Mom, Dad, Doug and Christina 



William Vuyancih 



Bill, 

We wish 
you all 
the love 
and 
happi- 
ness 
which 
you have 
brought 
us since 
the day 
you were 
bom. 
Love, 

Mom 
and Dad 




Michael Walczak 

Michael, 

From day one we knew you were 

special. You certainly proved us right! 

Thanks for so many happy memories. 

Enjoy this new chapter in your life. 

Love, 

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Raquel, 

You've come this far, by the grace of 
God. I know you'll succeed in whatever 
you do. 

I love you, and am so proud of you! 
Love, 
Mom 



Carrie White 

Carrie, 

Congratulations! We are very proud of 
you and all your accomplishments. We 
love you and will always be there for 
you-never lose that beautiful smile! ! ! 
All our love. 

Dad, Mom and Bud 




thletics are popular 
after school activities 



-,S 82 

ramov, Yan 149 

ramovic, Helen 149, 151 

riani, Reid 132, 149 

shire, Caron 117 

shire, Laura 107 

ademjc Challenge 72 

ademics Divider 90 

livilies Divider 50 

, Student Council 216 

ams, Brandi 117 

ams, Christina N 117 

ams. Dawn 132, 189 

ams, Jessica 77, 132 

ams, Leah 117 

ams, Marcus 107 

amson, Latasha 117 

dis, Jane 82, 84, 95, 200 

elstein, Laura 95 

rine-Robinso, Jua 81, 132 

new, Jason 117 

new, Richard 132, 142 

les. Media 63 

ies. Sports 89 

ins, Angelique 149 

lupovlc, Adrijana 88. 117 

iright, David 149 

an, Alex 95 

en, Dana 130, 132 

en, Donte 30, 149 

10S, Jae ;'. 192 

derson, Jamell 117 

derson, Vernesha 132 

drews, Rasa-Lila 130, 132, 191 

thony, Elijah 132 

tonini, Justin 92, 113, 135 

pling, Dante 132 

'pling, Marsha 52, 54, 70, 149, 178, 191 

pling, Tracey 107 

iuilano, Nicholas 107 

ihibald. Earl 95 



Argle, Frank 132 

Armaro, Dominic 107 

Armaro, Gregory 176 

Arndt, Wayne 33, 86, 107 

Arnold, Sarah L 116, 1 17, 126 

Arp, Casey 107 

Arthur, Qiana 107 

Ashley, Brandon 22, 25, 26, 38, 117 

Ashley, Roschell 9,68, 132, 191 

Ashman, Joyce 193 

Atlas, Bridgette 53,61, 117 

Atlas, Christopher 190, 197 

Attamante, Bill 95 

Ausec, Amy 176 

Avery, Da Von 117 

Ayer, Abby ... 48, 49, 50, 65, 68, 146, 149. 
167, 178, 182. 183, 189, 200, 202 

Ayer. Adam 43,69,88, 107 

Ayers, Michelle 92 

rand new cameras 
watched the halls 

III '' 

Baber, Laura 16, 65, 132 

Saber, Lisa 184 

Backos, Ron 95, 151,200 

Bailey, Belinda 132 

Bailey III, Joseph .... 1 3, 25, 44, 61 , 62, 89, 
149, 180 

Baioni, Katherine 25, 38, 77, 89, 107 

Baioni, Phillip 32, 46, 68, 70, 149, 178, 

182, 183, 190,220 

Baird, Darlene 59, 149, 178. 182, 198 

Baizel, Dawn 69, 107 

Baker, Matt 43 

Ball, Tomika 61, 65, 117 

Bambic, Sandi 151 

Banach, David 88, 107, 160 

Banach, Michael .... 36, 38, 102, 132, 160, 
188 

Banach, Timothy 36, 38, 76, 148, 149. 

160, 188 

Banc, Tom 25,26,95, 103, 151,200 

Band, Marching 54 





Banks, Ben 106 

Banks, Charmaine 61, 132 

Banks, Debynyhan 107 

Banks, Jetaun 132 

Banks, Lawrence 38, 107 

Banks, Thanyhan 149 

Banks, Will 117 

Bankston, Andre 107 

Bankston, William 149 

Barber, Amy 54, 55, 56, 132 

Barber, Angela 107 

Barbis, Nicole 49, 117 

Barbish, Brandon 117 

Barbish, Ethel 95 

Barbra, Masseria 99 

Barcza, John 84, 95, 200 

Barfield, Keyonna 117, 130 

Barker, Brenda 93 

Barker, Greg 107 

Barker, Maria 68, 132, 191 

Barkin, Melanie 117 

Barkoot, David 107 

Barkoot, Matthew 149 

Barnard, Charles 117 

Bamauskas, Mike 25 

Barnes, Shaheena 149 

Barnes, Tammie 132 

Baron, Keith 107 

Baron, Latresha 39 

Barrett, Joyce 95 

Barrett, Ranessa 86, 89, 117 

Barrett, Steven 30, 44, 117 

Bartel, Kathryn 132 

Bartel, Kelly 199 

Bartletf, Carl 81, 149, 167 

Baseball .....^ 188 

Baskerville, Heather'.. i!^! J. 149 

Basketball. Boy's .*. 36 

Basketball, Girl's :, 40 

Bateman, Monique \ 107 

Batich, Stephanie \ 132 

Battle, Anthony T .\l32, 149 

Battle, Larry \ 132 

Bauer, Greg 196, 197 

Bauer, Kathryn 39.41.42,52,55, 117 

Bayenet, Pierre ....52, 55, 69, 80, 82, 132, 
150 

Beatty, Brian 107 

Becay, William 117 

Bechtel. Beka 198 

Bechtel, Carol 92 

Bechtel, John 33, 63, 132, 160 

Bechtel, Kate 44,45,107 

Beck, Jeffrey 107 

Beck, Scott 28, 107 

Begg, Tiffany 107 

Begovic, Brigita 117 

Behun, Jason 132 

Belanich. James 25, 132, 188 

Belanich. Richard ....,^ .... 27. 107 

Belavich, Qarrfc -.i^U- 150, 189 



, Carrie 



Studentshad a lot to cheer about at tlie 
rallys for the football team since they 
ended the reguKir season with <i 10-0 
record. 



Bell, Adonis 132, 

Bell, Kalisha 

Bell, Meredith 6, 

Bell, Robert 

Bell, Rodney 

Benak, Bryan 33, 

Bender, Stan 95, 151, 

Benjamin, Lavory 

Bennett Jr., Edmond 

Benson, Lolita 

Bergenstein, Benjamin 

Bergolc, Daniel 

Bergolc, Melanie 66, 

Bertovic, John 

Besses, Louis 90, 116. 132, 

Best, Ariana 55, 56, 

Beuck, Andrew 

Beuoy, Donna 

Beutler, Dennis 

Beverly, Melissa 

Biaiko, Karrie 132, 

Biaiko, Kristie 

Biaiko, Melikssa 

Biggom, Brandon 24, 25, 32, 103, 

177. 190 

Bilak, Matthew 

Bilavcic, Drazan 30, 

Billips, Le Roy 

Bingham, Spencer 

Bingham, Wakil 75, 150, 178, 182, 

Birdsong, Carrie 

Birkett til, Evand 13, 24, 25, 26, 76 

148, 150, 168, 186, 190 

Bischof, David 

Bischof, Kimberly 68, 70, 76. 83, 150, 
200 

Black, Allen 62, 69, 95, 

Black, Dolores 

Black, Mary 

Black, Steven 

Blackford, Jaina 31,49, 116, 

Blackwell, Tanisha 60, 

Blair, Le Tera 

Blatnik, Elizabeth .. 31, 53, 64, 68, 88, 

Blatnik, Frederick 31,32,71, 

Bloom, Jameka 130, 

Blunt, Damon 

Board, Unique 

Bobbs, Tanya 132, 

Bock, Christopher 

Boddie, Simeon 27, 38, 

Bode, Emily 49, 66, 85, 

Boe, Jim 

Bojc, Joseph 43, 

Bolden, Daunte 

Bolden, Thomas 

Bolding, Benjamin 

Bonfiglio, Melissa 35, 39, 104, 

Bonner, Isaac 153, 167, 

Boos, Becky 

Boos. Kristy 

Boos. Matthew 

Borcziak, Heather 

Borrero, Anita 

Bosher, Jeremy 

Bosolt, Joseph 81, 



150 
107 
132 
176 
132 
117 
200 
107 
132 
132 
150 
107 
117 
117 
188 
107 
117 
117 
132 
132 
150 
107 
117 
150, 

132 
150 
132 
150 
183 
132 
89, r- 

117 
178, 



;^sn|H 



200 
.95 

.95 
150 
117 
132 
.56 
132 
107 
132 
132 
150 
150 
117 
107 
107 
.44 
117 
117 
132 
117 
117 
178 
107 
117 
150 
132 
132 
150 
133 



P 



1 



Index 




Boswell. Sommer 117 

Bowers. Jason 133 

Bowling. Sharon 70, 82. 150 

Boys Basketball 36 

Boyarsky, Tracy 42, 65, 71, 76, 83, 88, 

150,200,220 

Boyce, Aaron 38. 43, 133, 188 

Boyce, Joe 63 

Boyes, Keith 107 

Boykjn, Fredreka 150 

Bradek, Crystal 61, 107 

Bragg Jr., Johnny 107 

Bray, Latlsha 107 

Brearton, Gene 95, 102 

Breeden, Barbara 70,76,95,200 

Breen, Gary 176 

Bremer, Kevin 24, 25, 37, 38, 76, 150, 192 

Brennan, Nicholle 133 

Brenner, Rhiannon 97, 107 

Bresler, Gregory 107 

Brewster, Christina 107, 1 13 

Brickman, Renee 153, 200, 202 

Brinovec, David 107 

Brkic, Josip...,2, 30, 31,81, 102, 153, 183 

Brokaw, Kerry 117 

Brokaw, Tinaothy 153, 160, 178, 182, 183, 
188,200,202 

Brooks, Adrian 117 

Brooks. Charles 28, 107 

Broome, Cherria 117 

Brown, Christopher 107 

Brown, Dale 61,62,63, 117 

Brown, Daniel 133 

Brown, Deleonte 27. 38. 107 

Brown. Ernieliza ... 70, 71, 82, 87, 94, 151, 
153, 178, 183, 184,220 

Brown, Isaac 27 

Brown, Jerin 107 

Brown, Laura 176 

Brown, Mark 63 

Brown, Rafael D 18, 30, 69, 78, 79, 82, 88, 
133, 135, 142, 190 

Brown, Sandra 81, 133, 153, 191 

Brown, Sandy 31 

Brown, Stefanie 55, 57, 117 

Brown, Tomika 117 

Browne, Mark 66, 86, 107 

Bruketa, Meryann 8, 45, 83, 133 

Brzeczkowski, Jenna .. 18, 80, 84. 87, 133 

Buchner, Elizabeth 88, 117 

Buchner, Jonathan . 30, 88, 153. 156, 178, 
183. 192 

Buck, Pat 35. 95. 200 

Buggs, Lakesha 78. 133 

Buhaley. Grady ...32.46.68.70,88. 153, 
178, 182, 190.220 

Bujnocki. Patrick 117 

Burgess. James 133 

Burgles, Dan 63, 69, 88 

Burke, Daniel ... 20. 21 , 64, 65, 68, 78, 82, 
86, 88, 153, 178, 182, 194, 200, 203 

Burke, David 88, 107 

BunA/ell, Gina 153 

Bush, Brian 188 

Bush, Debra 53, 133 

Bush, Joan 45, 77, 193 

Bush, Kyle 84, 133 

Butkus. Daina 61,62,65, 153 

Butler, Darnika 153, 177 

Butler, Tiffany 107 

Buttari, Brandi 117 

.^^t lass is something 

£1 Euclid students 
if possess 

Cade, Alfonzo 133 

Calabrese, Danielle 31,52, 55,69, 118 

Caldwell, Steven 32,59,61, 153, 190 

Callahan, Corey 38, 107 

Callahan, Daneen 61, 153, 178, 182 



( 208 j 



Callahan, Dontrell 133 

Callihan, Kendra 95 

Calvert, Jennifer 61 

Calwise, Tiaria 107 

Campbell, Christopher 38, 107 

Campbell, Ryan 38, 89, 131, 133 

Cangemi, Jason 118 

Cantini, Eric 197, 199 

Caputo, Michael 153 

Carey, Brendan 107 

Carey, James 176 

Carleton, William 107 

Carlson, Jennifer 107 

Carlson, Kevin ... 52, 55, 67, 133. 134, 220 

Carmichael, Casey 69, 108 

Carmody, Judy 20. 78, 80, 95 

Carney, Patrick32, 46, 153. 178, 182, 183, 

190 

Carney, Timothy , 32, 46, 52, 55, 1 1 8, 1 90, 

220 

Carpenter, Paul David 133 

Carr, Benjamin 118 

Carr, Daniel 118 

Carrier, Joe 190 

Carrizo, Leonardo 82, 153, 190 

Carroll, Adam 133 

Carroll, David 59, 78, 79, 153 

Carse, Laura 108 

Carter III, Charles 118 

Case, Wendy 25, 89, 95 

Casiato, Eric 108 

Casiato, Robby 108 

eating, Michael 197, 199 

Cava, George La 110 

Cavanaugh, Jenny 189 

Ceranowicz, Charles 108 

Ceranowicz, Edward 108 

Ceranowicz, Michele 153 

Cerjan, Jennifer 118 

Certic, Nancy 199 

Cesa, William 118 

Chambers, Amira 118 

Chambers, Roslyn 133 

Chambers, Terrance 108 

Champa, David 118 

Chandler, Amy 108 

Chandler, Paige 108 

Charles, Latresa 133 

Chatman, Patricia 60, 68, 153 

Cheerleaders 48 

Cheraso, Frank 118 

Cherkas. Daniel 118 

Cheshier, Lisa 53. 95 

Childress, Tameshala 118 

Chinni, Adrienne 77, 133, 184 

Chitwood, Jamie 1 33 

Chitwood. Martha 118 

Chitwood, Sarah 154 

Chmielewski, Robert 26, 118 

Choral Masters 61 

Choraliers 61 

Chhsten, Patricia 133 

Christides. Androniki . 31, 38, 81, 105, 133 

Christides, Olympia 199 

Christopher, Magdalen 118 

Christopher, Maryann 61,81, 154 

Christopher, Nicole 85, 88, 133, 138 

Ciarlillo, Angelo 108 

Cindric, Mark 108 

Cindric, Zeiko 176 

Ciomek, Calli 154, 200 

Cipo, Michael 154 

Cirino, Angelo 108 

Cirino, Laura 108 

Ciulla, Cindy 21,78,85, 131,133 

Clark, Alaycia 191 



Danielle Calabrese, Paula Rees, 
Gwen Wurm, Laura Dengel, Tim 
Zorman and director, Ms. Diane Tiz- 
zano play during a basketball game. 



Clark, Anita 118 

Clark, Bryant 25, 32, 133 

Clark, Carrie : 154 

Clark, Christine 35, 69, 108, 182 

Clark, Christopher 154, 201 

Clark, Darnell 38, 108 

Clark, Isis 81, 154 

Clark, Kim 184 

Clark, Kimberly 133 

Clark, Marie 95 

Clark, Nicole 65, 118 

Clark, Richard 118 

Clark. Rikole 60, 148, 154 

Clark, Tiffany J 154 

Clarke, Katie 118 

Clarke, Melissa 31,81, 133 

Clarkson, Shane 108 

Clarkson. Sheena 133 

Cline, Michael 133, 154 

Cline, Tim 176 

Clinic Aides 64 

Close Up 73 

Closing 220 

Club, Key 69 

Club, Spirit 88 

Coates, Akilah 66, 80, 133 

Coats, Sadie 118 

Coffey, Sherlta 108 

Colaianni, Carmen 95 

Colan, Margaret 133 

Coleman, James 44, 52, 55, 58, 108 

Coleman, Kimberly 118 

Coleman, Sharonda 108 

Coles, Omar 37, 38, 52, 133 

Collier, Alan 118 

Collins, Caroline 154 

Collins, Carrie 81, 189 

Collins, Donisha 108 

Collins, Kevin 154 

Collins, Manicka 133 

Collins, Nikiesha 60, 118 

Collins, T. J 88 

Collins, Vanessa 108 

Colonna, Christopher 133 

Commencement 199 

Congin, Michael 133 

Conklin, Kevin 133 

Conner, Christiann 154 

Cool, Dane 133 

Cooper, Jeron 27, 108 

Cooper, Ocurlest 108 

Cooper, Rick 27, 32 

Copic. Katherine .... 69, 72, 73, 78, 79, 86, 
130, 133, 189,220 

Copley, Michael 61, 133 

Corbett, Mary 133 

Corleto, Daniel 30, 82, 118, 190 

Corleto, Manna 10, 42, 66, 73, 82, 85. 133 

Cornwell III, Edward 154 

Corps, Flag 56 

Corrigan, Jill 61, 118 

Cosiano Jr., Ralph ..154,201 
Costa, Christopher 133 




Cottingham, LakitaS 135 

Cotton, Glenn 11£ 

Cox, Patricia 154 

Coyne, Megan 88, 116 

Craig, Nancy 154 

Crauss, Michael 6i 

Crawford, Alia 53, 60, 80, 1 16 

Criado, Geno 132 

Crider, Kizzy 108 

Croft, Kristopher 118 

Cross Country 46 

Cudo> Jay 154, 188, 201 

Cummings, Russell 154 

Cumroings. Yolanda 60, 133 

Cunningham, Annette 61, 108 

Cunningham, Clayton 36,37, 38 

Cunningham, Cory 108 

Cupar, Michael 136 

Cutwright, George 136 

Cyganski, Nicholas 108 

etentions were 
assigned for being 
tardy 

D'Amico, Maria 194, 195 

D'Anna, Tim 28 

D'Apice, Jessica 108 

D'Apice, Kelly 118 

Dacar, Carol 199 

Dacar, Julie 61. 118 

Dacar, Mary Ann 47, 118. 191 

Dacar, Michael 73, 136 

Dagnan, Jim 176 

DallaRiva. J Domenic 37. 38, 118, 12S 

Dane, Margana 1 1 , 12, 31, 59, 73, 76. 78, 
79,88, 154, 187, 194 

Darby, Antonio 136 

Daugherty, Harold 38, 96 

Daugherty, James 136 

David, Jennifer 38, 77, 106 

David 111, John 32, 155, 178, 182, 190; 

200, 203 

Davis, Amanda 106 

Davis, Damien 106 

Davis, Hannah 38, 77. 89, 136 

Davis, Jennifer 106 

Davis, Lou 4A 

Davis, Lowell 9S 

Davis, Lynn 96 

Davis, Michael. 33, 75, 155, 182, 200, 206 

Davis, Nathaniel 28, 116 

Davison, Lorene 155, 176 

Davison, Lori 31, 189,201 

Dawson, Donald12, 25, 44, 155, 177, 178 
182, 190 

Dawson, Stephanie 116 

Day, Tara 9, 53, 59, 76, 86, 155, 178, 201 

DeBoe, Danielle 81,102, 136 

DeBoe, Donald 155, 178,201,20c 

De Panicis, Terry 15£ 

De Panicis, Tracey 17, 155, 178, IS' 



Index 



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*,*t:'v 




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^pyC/^^HB 






T ^ • 
1 J 


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i Wine, Timothy 44, 69, 71 , 88, 1 18 

ian, Lori 108 

!l IVlonte, IVIark 199 

ingel, Laura 17, 19, 52, 55, 87, 155, 178 

iPanicis, Tracey 182 

irezic, Daniel 155 

;rganc, Jason 30, 136 

irganc, Miclielle 189 

!Sl<ins, Angela 155, 179 

iskins, Khristina 53, 155 

iWine, Carol 92 

Bartolomeo, Julie . 7, 1 1 , 1 9, 21 . 34, 35, 
, 67, 76, 85, 134, 147, 155, 167, 179, 
2, 183, 191,201,203,220 

Bartolomeo, Richard 108 

Biase, Christopher 59. 86, 155, 179, 

2, 183,201,203 

Biase. Stephanie 52, 55. 69. 108 

Paolo's House of Beauty 123 

:kard. Brian 136 

:kard. David 52, 55, 108 

;kson, La Donti 118 

Btrich, Katie 136 

2tz, Jessica 136 

3tz, Kevin 182 

2tz, Nicholas 155 

lard, Antoine 38 

lard. Irwin 37, 136 

Ion, Carly 69, 108, 201 

ndia, Shannon 108 

neen, Jennifer 196 

neen. Michelle ... 7, 31 , 68, 81 , 1 34, 1 36 

rk, Andrew 118 

rk, David 136 

rk, Theresa 125 

smukes Jr.. Jerome 118 

ssauer, Lawrence 26. 116. 118 

i/ider. Academics 90 

i/ider, Activities 50 

i/ider, Memories 186 

Kider, Senior 146 

i/ider. Sports 22 

Mer, Student Life 6 

\i\der. Underclass 104 

xon, Forest 33 

ugos, Brian 136 

jbucki, Dana 118 

)les, Victoria . 16, 59, 155, 182, 183, 201 

liter. Merry 95 

)min, Elizabeth 49, 108 

)minick, Jodi 61, 108 

jminique, Kimberly 136 

joley. Anthony M 176 

)oiey. Sonia 108 

jolin, Jacqueline 108 

)olin, Michael 81, 155 

)rsey, Ray 118 

)rsey. Shannon 27, 38, 108, 142 

jtson, Sheree 108 

3ugherty. Kathleen 118 

jwell. Demetrius 136 

jyle. Michael 28, 43, 108 

eis. Brian 155. 201, 203 



Drienka, Sue 39, 95, 200 

Driscoll Jr., James..25, 32, 155, 186, 190, 
201 , 203 

Drotleff, Mark 64, 155 

Drotleff, Robert 60, 142 

Du Bose Jr., Jerry 108 

DuBroy, Terry 95, 113 

Duchon, Nichole 118 

Dudley, Kesha 61, 118 

Dugandzic, Ana 118 

Dugandzic, Kristina 83, 157 

Dula, Chad 188 

Dula, Joseph 55,58, 118, 123, 130 

Duncan, Angel 61, 136 

Duncan, Steven 26, 119 

Durant, Mario 33,81, 136 

Durbin, Michael 30, 95, 102 

Durket, Wendy 189 

Duval, Jonathan 108 

Dwyer, Bill 93, 113,200 

DwyerJr.. Gary ... 12, 24, 25, 81, 136, 188 

Dybzinski, Jeffrey 136, 201 

Dzerowioz, Alex 94, 95 



Iyi 9 uclid athletics get 
i l| better every year 

E. 2222 St. Jazz Band 58 

E.T. Samuel, Pnnters 200 

Earick, Jessica 108 

Ebright. Danielle 119 

Echols, Kelly 39, 108 

Echols, Reggie 95 

Echon, Jenny 199 

Eckert, Suzanne 157 

Edmonds Jr.. Robert 38, 119 

Edsall, Amanda 53, 116, 119 

Education. Distributive 81 

Educators, Future 87 

Edwards, Kimiko M 136 

Edwards, Michael 136 

Edwards, Shawntae 108 

Edwardsen, Jason 59, 119, 142 

Egrek, Stacy 88, 1 19 

Ehrhardt, Andy 190 

Ehrhardt, Eric 157 

EIek, Laurie 108 

Eler, Sylvia 136 

Elich, Mark 88 

Emerman, Jeremy 136 

Eminger. Andrew ..30. 32,63. 66.69, 119 

Eminger. Chris 191 

Eminger, Kristina.... 47, 66. 68. 69. 72. 88. 
136 

Eppich, Christine 11, 31. 81, 157 

Erak, Thomas 119 

Erickson, Also 82 

Ernst. Chad 136 

Eubank. Keith 190 

Euclid Office Supply 134 

Euclid PhysCalcGang 200 




Euclidian 67 

Eucuyo 83 

Evans. Joseph 157 

Evans. Kevin 38, 43, 88, 108 

Fabert, Christina .. 1 1 . 48. 78. 79, 82, 1 1 9. 
127 

.^JJl reshmen got their 
lll^ first taste of what 
! ' high school was like 

Farrow. Kyla 136 

Farrow. Vatreisha 108 

Felden, Paul 69, 136. 192 

Feldkamp, Ann 35, 108, 201 

Feldkamp, Annie 69 

Felice, Kelly 81, 157, 179 

Fell, John 92 

Fenick. Nichole 119 

Ferguson, Candace 108 

Feriito. Ken 59. 61 . 96, 200 

Fernatt. Jamie 136 

Fields. Marcus 108 

Fifolt. Laura 5.31.49,67,85, 136,220 

Figuera, Brent 33 

Figuero, Richard 31, 109 

Finotti, Dana 31, 49, 105, 119 

Fiorille, Jason 119 

First, Susan 151 

Fisher, Laswan 179 

Fisher. Tshombe 176 

FitzGerald, Allison 32,35, 119, 191 

Fitzpatrick, Noella 109, 113 

Flament, Gale 96 

Fleischer, Samuel 109 

Fletcher, Kelly 109 

Flick, Gabriele 136 

Flournoy, Timothy 136 

Flynt, Kevin 12 

Focareto, Kelly 83, 136 

Fogarty, Michele 81, 157,201 

Fogarty, Michelle 89 

Fogarty, Timothy 43, 88, 109 

Fonovic, Janet 136 

Football 24 

Fording, Mark 109 

Fording, Michael 81, 136, 188 

Fording, Thomas 157 

Fort, Tiyona 60, 109 

Foster, Courtney 109 

Foster, Damon 109 

Foster, Lamonte 27, 32. 106, 109 

Fowler, Jane 96 

Fox, Audree 5. 93 

Fox, Jamie 119 

Fox, Michelle 49, 109 

Fox, Sean 31, 109 

Fox, Shawn 88 

Francetic, Dan 96 

Frano, Nicole 119 

Frazier, Johnny 109 

Fredrick, Allison 45,88, 109, 113 

Freedman, Holly 96 

Freeh, Joshua 52, 54, 55, 58, 136, 201 

Freeman, Lindsay 34, 73, 78, 83, 88, 136, 
189 

Freeman, Nicole 39, 136 

Freshmen 106 

Friedel, Melissa 109, 201 

Frieden, Jennifer 109 

Frye. Michelle 61 

Fryerson, Rodney 136 

Fuduric, Michael 136 

Fuhrman, Heidi .... 52. 54, 55, 58, 64, 130. 
157, 179. 182 

Fuller, Roberta 138 

Fulton, Lisa 109, 113 

Furlan, Carleton 86, 136 

Future Educators of America 87 

Students in the computer Lib learn the 
basics of how to use a compu ter to help 
get things done. 



fraduation ceremonies 
were moved to the High 
School with the closing 
of the Front Row 

Gabrijel. Kristijan 119 

Gadus, Linda 157 

Gady, Chad 30. 157, 182 

Gady, Kevin 2,30,78, 136, 138 

Gage, Davina 109 

Gallon, Christine 197 

Gallon, Travis 109 

Galloway, Patricia 80, 157, 179 

Ganse, Jason 138 

Ganser, Dawn 61, 65, 69, 88, 119 

Ganser, Jason 88, 136 

Gardner. Dreama 119 

Gardner. Lemuel 28, 52, 55, 109 

Gardner, Tammy 136 

Gardner, Vonda 119 

Garlauskas, Markus .* 83. 119 

Garza. Maria 96. 151 

Gaspersic. Erika 136 

Gast, Steve 52 

Gast, William 25, 88, 136 

Gates. Barbara 96 

Gecewich, Brian 38, 109 

Geddes, Elizabeth 72, 157 

Geiger, Kristina 1 1 , 20, 42, 45, 48, 78, 79, 
82,85, 119, 123, 127 

Geiger, Melissa 42. 157 

Genaro, Charies 109 

Genovese, Nicole 59, 119 

Gentile, Richard 43, 119 

George Jr., Reginald 55, 109 

Gerich, Meigan 119 

Gezann, Karen ... 52. 54, 55, 77, 116, 136, 
193 

Giancola, David 55, 109 

Gibaldi, Michael 157, 182 

Gibbons. Catherine 42. 53. 119 

Gibbons, Kathy 68, 83 

Gibbs, LaTasha 60,75 

Gibbs, Tomeka . 62, 65, 66, 68, 70, 76, 82, 
86, 148, 156, 157, 179, 182, 183 

Gibson, Wendy 119 

Gildersleeve, Robyn 60, 109 

Gilliam, Melaney 60, 119 

Gillyard, Carios 52, 137 

Giri's Basketball 40 

Givens, Marcus 109 

Glavan. Beckie . 7. 35, 39. 68. 78. 83. 119, 

122, 189 

Glavan, Stacie 34, 38, 66, 68, 73, 88, 137, 

189 

Glenn, Raychelle 157 

Glowacki, Aileen ..35,52,53,63,69, 119, 

142, 191 

Glowacki, Paul .... 32, 46, 53, 69. 109, 220 

Codec. Adam 33, 109 

Codec, Jamie 81. 137 

Godina, Robert 157, 179. 183 

Goins. Dustin 137 

Golf 43 

Good. Margaret 47. 53, 77, 119 

Good, Paula 52, 55, 69, 76, 157, 220 

Gooding, Bill 93 

Goodman, Brandon 119 

Goodman, Brannen 119 

Gordon, Charies 10, 157 

Gorman, Bob 88 

Gorman, Jeffrey 109 

Gorman, Kevin 84, 137 

Gorman. Melissa 60, 1 19 

Gorman, Michael 158, 179 

Gospel Choir 60 

Goulde, De Juan .. 24. 25, 26, 37, 38, 119, 
190 

Grabianowski, Timothy 119 

Grady. Brendan 119 

Graham, Kathleen 47, 119, 123, 191 



Index 




A. 



; Jeffrey 52, 55. 158 

Granito Kevin ., 10, 62, 64, 65, 68, 71, 78, 
32 86, 88, 158, 168, 179, 182, 183, 196 

Grapito, Scott 38, 59, 119, 135 

Grant, Derrick 119 

Grant, Jason 137 

Grant, Orlando 158 

Graves Malinda 109 

Graves IVIartel 109 

Gray. Jason 137 

Gray, Kevin 81,88, 137 

Grayer, Micfiele 137 

Grayes, Damian 61, 176 

Greene, Ernest 158 

Greer, Nikeeya 137 

GreisI, Ed 96 

Greskowiak, Jamie 39, 109 

Grieshannmer, Mary 109 

Grieshammer, Sarati 158 

Griesmar, Ciara 109 

Grisard, Douglas 12, 52, 55. 58 

Grisard. Jennifer .... 66, 70, 76, 82, 83, 94, 
158,183,201,203,220 

Grisez, Barry 25, 137, 188 

Gross, Katy 137 

Grundman, Jeffrey 30,38, 119 

Grushcow, Bea 51 , 96, 200 

Grywalski, Susan 158, 179, 182, 183 

Guarnieri, Michael 52, 80, 109 

Gudaitis, Angela 52, 53, 158, 220 

Gudaitis, Carol 69 

Gudaitis, Carolyn 47, 53, 71, 109 

Gustafson, Cynthia 137 

Guttu, Jeffrey 4, 109 

Guttu, Robert 158 

Guttu, Steven 158, 179 

Guy, Amy 5, 6, 137 

P.. omecoining sparked 
I the interest of many 
I students 

Haddon, Zinzila 119 

Hadyk, Julianne 21, 34. 76, 147, 158, 179, 
182. 205 

Hadyk, Lauren 35,45, 119 

Haffey, James 158 

Hagood, Jew/el 60,61. 137 

Haiie, Jennifer 137, 158 

Halbedel, Tom 46, 94, 96 

Hall, Charles 25, 139, 158 

Hall, Jennifer 39, 41, 51, 137 

Hall, Mario 137, 158 

Hall, Milton 109 

Halloween 84 

Halstead, Joshua 109 

Hamelin, Kaiser 119 

Hamilton, Sherika 119 

Hammond, Randolph 109 

Hance, Fredrick 119 

Hance, Sam 26 

Hancock, Gregory 158 

Hanna, Corrie 119 

Harper, La Tassha 119 

Harris, Anthony 109 

Harris, Carmekia 39 

Harris, Damian 109 

Harris, David 109 

Harris, Demetrius 109 

Harris, Khyra 119 

Harris, Kortni 109 

Harris, Maurice 38, 109 

Harris, Ronald 137 

Harris, Sue 93 

Harris. Tanyanekia 137 

Harris, Venita 120 

Harris III, John 109 

Harris Jr., Anthony 38 

Harris Jr., Richard 109 

Harrison, Johnathan 137 

Harrison, William .. 12, 24, 25, 28, 29, 137, 







180, 188 

Harsch, Erin 61, 80. 85. 156, 158, 179, 

182,201 

Harsh, Aaron 120 

Harsh, Andrew 120 

Hart, Gregory 137, 158 

Hartman. Amanda 11. 21, 158, 177 

Hartman, Tracey 120 

Hartman 111, William 109 

Hartmann, Jeff 96, 151, 182, 188 

Hartshorn, Jonathan 38, 120 

Haselbusch, Andrea . 5, 20, 67, 76, 78, 79, 
135, 159.179, 184,220 

Hawley, Vincent 137 

Hayes, Sharonda 109 

Haynes. Angela 61, 137 

Heard. Khalilah 120 

Hegedus, James 120 

Heiss, Eric 30, 120 

Helcberger, Albert 159 

Henderson, Djranell 120 

Hendrickson, Amy 59, 62, 82, 86, 159. 

179,182. 194, 195 

Henson, Robert 5, 120 

Heramb, Michael 30, 120, 192 

Heramb, Rob 12, 24, 25, 30, 76, 151, 192, 
200 

Heramb, Robert 8, 96, 159. 179, 204 

Herbert, Scott 120 

Herman, Karvarees 5, 137 

Hess, David ., 159 

Heuer, Carolyn 96. 200 

Hicks. Tiffany 3. 53, 75, 76, 159, 179. 182 

Higgins, Damien 109 

Higgins, Dameisha , 137 

Higham, Gregory 159 

Higham, Steven 28, 29, 120 

Highland, Tiffany 61, 70, 82, 86, 130, 148, 
156,159,179,182,194 

Hilger, Amy 137 

Hill, Ambreese 109 

HilLAurieka 61,120 

Hill, La Quila D 109 

Hillier, Catherine 159, 177 

Hillier. Cathy 11, 21, 64 

Hillier, Craig 61, 159 

Hillsman Jr., Monroe 25, 27, 38, 109 

Hines, Adam 32, 46, 109 

Hines, Suzanne 96 

Hinton, Cherie 35, 39, 120 

Hinton, Dwayne 120 

Hiscott, Kelly 61, 83, 109 

Hobson, David 32, 137 

Hocevar, Anthony 120 

Hockey 33 

Hodder, Amy 34, 65, 83, 137, 189 

Hodder, Jo Anne 65, 96, 200 

Hodge, Bradley 110 

Hodge, Clarice 137 

Hoffa, Samantha 77, 110 

Hoffart, Tom 182 

Hoffert, Frank 96, 200 

Hoffman, Matthew 84, 137, 188 

Hoffman, Michael 84, 137, 188 

Hohs, Miriam 191 

Hoinski, Kathy 71 

Holeman, Marjorie 110 

Holiday Play 80 

Holland, Joshua 28, 29, 137 

Hollingsworth, Dale 96 

Hollins, Latrica 60, 110 

Hollins, Oatacia 110 

Hollins, Twshanaa 61, 120 

Hollis, Annette 65, 76, 78, 79, 85, 135, 

159,179, 182, 183,184,220 

Hollis, Sharon 11, 39, 48, 78, 85, 120, 127 

Holly, Richard 26,27, 120 

Holstein, Dennis 120 

Homovec, Richard 96 

Joe Tucceri, Ra)Tnel Slaughter and 
trainer. Jack Lardomita, watch the ac- 
tion on the lield. 



Hood, Ralph 80 

Hoover, Lisa 120 

Hopkins, Jessica 83, 137 

Hoppert, Deanna 11, 65, 71, 159, 183 

Hoppert, Melissa 49, 110 

Horton, Florence 60, 110 

Horton, Jeffrey 30, 137 

Houle, Michael 61, 120 

Hovan, Tamara 159, 179 

Howard, Latoya 120 

Howard, Orry 137 

Howard, Rashawn 137. 159 

Howard, Shawn 110 

Howell, Carrie 61,80,87,137 

Hrdlicka, Nicole 31, 110 

Hren, Anthony .. 44, 52, 55, 58, 62, 63, 76, 
130, 159, 179, 196,205,220 

Hren, Rebecca 45, 110 

Hrovat, Jennifer 42, 120, 123 

Hubbard, Lakehsa 137 

Hubbard, Michael 110 

Hudson, Aaron 60, 159 

Hudspath, Nicole 159 

Hughes, De Aunte 110 

Hughes, Detric 27 

Humar, James 120 

Humbert, Katherine 120 

Humbert, Kwanita 159 

Humphery, Tilden 59, 71, 78, 79, 135, 159 

Hunter, Nigel 120 

Hutchins, Amy 137 

Hutton, Joi 110 

Hylkema, Brian 88, 120 

nterest in post-second- 
ary education is at an 
all-time high 

lacofano. Colleen 88, 120 

lannetta, Krista 120 

lannetta, Lisa 61,80, 159, 180 

Ibarra, Leandra 120 

Ibarra, Shaundra 137 

Index 207 

Irby, Valerie 75, 161, 179 

Irons, William 120 

Isgro, Brian 161, 182 

Ivey, Deonna 59,62, 161, 180, 182 



uniors were looking 
forward to their senior 




year 



Jablonski, Frank 87, 96, 101 

Jackson, Caroline 61, 120 

Jackson, De Shawn 113 

Jackson, Kayola 120 

Jackson, Nicole ....32. 131. 161. 176, 180, 
191 



Jackson 111, John 120 

Jackson Jr., Israel 32, 137, 190 

Jagr, Steve 33 

Jakimowioz, Jessica 81, 161 

Jakse. Jeffrey 7. 137 

Janez, Cindy 176 

Janez, Joseph 137 

Janezic, Sonia 57, 81, 137 

Janezic, Sonya 55 

Jayne, P Neal 137 

Jeffrey, Jerry 28, 110 

Jeffrey, Ricky 161 

Jeffries, Karenina 1 10 

Jenkins, Donshay 120 

Jenkins, Jarain 1 10 

Jenkins, Jason 120 

Jenkins, Richard 92 

Jenko, Christina 137 

Jenko, David 110 

Jeric, Kelly 120 

Jernejcic, Christine 110 

Jernigan, Raeshuan 190 

Jobs 16 

Johnson, Brandon 110 

Johnson, Donald 140 

Johnson, Fernandes 38, 110 

Johnson, Jaclnda 120 

Johnson, Jacques 120 

Johnson, Kevin 140 

Johnson, Lamar 168 

Johnson, Latanyia , 68, 140 

Johnson. Melinda 140 

Johnson. Nicole 110. 120 

Johnson, Ralph 161 

Johnson, Sandra 61, 161, 180 

Johnson, Shawnte 110 

Johnson, Shenise 75, 140 

Johnson, Staoie 5, 71, 78, 79, 82, 161, 

164, 177, 180, 182, 183 

Johnson, Tenesia 10, 140 

Jones, Brand! 120 

Jones, Cassandra 52, 120 

Jones, Christopher 110 

Jones, Jason 120. 

Jones, Joel ^4$ 

Jones, Kisha 55, 56, 68, 82, 140 

Jones, Latisha 140 

Jones, Robert 110 

Jones, William 9,60, 161, 172 

Jones, Yolanda 140 

Jordan, Brian 32, 161, 190 

Jordan, Jaime 110 

Jordan, Jeff 30 

Jordan, Pamela 31, 49, 140 

Jordan, Scott 24, 25, 161 , 201, 204 

Jordan, Tumika 140 

Joyce, Peter 161 

Juarez, Veronica 82, 161 

Jungel, Don 188 

Juniors 130 

Jurcic, Ivan 110 

Jurcic, Mladen 110 



lW- 



Index 





ey Club has experi- 
enced a big boost in 
enrolbnent 

<aie, Sarah 73,83, 120 

<aminskaya, Alia 120 

<ane, Spencer 92, 200 

<araba, Dennis 140 

<arabinus. Joseph 25, 161 

<ascak, Jennifer 140, 189 

<asunic. Jeffrey 110 

<atona, Joyce 96 

<ausek, Leslie 120 

Cavcic. Erica 121 

(awaia, Melanie 61 

(earns, Jeffrey 176 

(effer, Jessica 140 

(ehn, Dennis 96 

(ehn, Jan 96, 106, 220 

(eiffer, Matthew 110 

Ceiffer, Melanie 161 

(eller, Jennifer 110 

<elley, Jim 96, 151, 182 

(elly, Amanda 110 

<elly, Bryan 37, 38 

(elly, Tenishia 140 

Cemp, Antoine 25, 140 

CetChum, Kevin 52, 55, 130, 140 

(etchum, Mark 121 

(etchum, Stacia 52, 55, 110, 127 

(ey Club 69 

(hamassi, James 140 

(idd, Tyreal 176 

(ids on the Block 71 

(ilbane, Molly 140, 161 

(ilgore, Chastity 161 

(illion, Mark 140, 188 

(imball, Jason 110 

(ing, Chhstina 161, 180, 191 

(ing, Monjpyia 161 

(inison, Heather 59, 121 

(inkopf, Chhstopher 121 

(iral, Mary 61 , 73, 87, 140 

(ish, Kristin 77, 131, 138, 140, 193 

(lann, David 162 

(leckner, Casey 55, 162, 201, 204 

(lein, Ellen 96 

(letecka, Christopher ....38, 102, 140, 188 

(letecka, Jason 31,88, 110, 151 

(letecka, Kris 88 

(lingmann, Kristopher 110, 113 

(locker, Carolyn 110 

(locker, Kevin 30, 88, 121 

(nauss, Margaret 102 

(night, Hoyet 162 

(night. Robert 110 

(nuth, Robert 92 

(ochis, Jessica 81, 82, 140, 142 

(ocin, Kathryne 83, 121 

(ocin, Katie 61 

(oenig, Ingrid , 96 

(oepp, Kristina 140 



Koerber, Melissa 35, 104, 121 

Koeth, Angela 31, 121 

Koeth, Angelo 88 

Kohanski, Sally 21,34,62,65,71, 177 

Kohanski, Sarah 162 

Koholic, Albert 1 10 

Kolich, Cassandra 1 10 

Kolich. Nicole 110 

Kollar, Karen 61, 162 

Kotonski, Kristen 11, 162, 177 

Kovacevich, Mark 188 

Kovach, Margaret 110 

Kovatch, Brian 38, 66 " 

Kovatch, T. Brad 140 

Kovit, Zackery 121 

Kracheck, Joseph 88, 162 

Krafcheck, Mary 49 

Kramer, Barbara 92 

Kramer, Elizabeth 25, 88, 89, 121 

Krause, Michael 83, 110 

Kucinski, Alexandra 31, 121 

Kugel, Mariene 121 

Kuhen, Sara 59, 80, 87, 140 

Kukia, Brian 110 

Kukia, Denise 162 

Kulcsar, Christopher 17, 162 

Kunchik, Laura 162, 182, 183 

Kunes, Mary 55, 57, 140, 147, 191 

adies swini team 
A dominated the G.C.C. 

La Cava, George 31 

La China, Angela 140 

Ladovich, Stephan 88, 140, 190 

Lake, Doraja 60, 121 

Lally, John 110 

Lamento, Heather 110 

Landsmann, Richard 52,55, 110 

Lane, Ebonie 39, 110 

Lane, Gemini 121 

Lange, Jeremy 192 

Langham, Anthony 110 

Lanzaretta, Nicholas 110 

Lapp, Todd 52, 55, 110 

Lapuh, Qwendolynn 7, 42, 49, 85, 105, 

134, 140.220 

Lapuh, JeffreylO, 25, 62, 65, 88, 162, 180, 

182, 183, 192 

Lardomita, Jack 25 

Lash, Devoncil 110 

Lassiter, Eric 38, 110 

Lastoria, Nicole 110 

Latine, Jeffrey 140 

Latsch, Robert 52, 55, 58, 110 

Laurich, Anthony 25, 26, 121 

Lausche, Robin 52, 55, 121 

Laush, Johnny 30, 140, 162 

Laush, Mario 30,31 

Lauver, Deanna 45, 88, 121 





Lawrence, Christina 69, 81, 162, 180 

Lawrence, David 92 

Lawrence, Jamel 52, 55, 110 

Lawrence, Scott 63, 69, 111 

Laws, Anthony 111, 113 

Lawson, Akema 1 1 1 

Lawson, Valonte 121 

Leach, Melissa 140 

Leasure, Dustin 121 

Leben, Shawn 24, 25, 140 

Lederer, Andrew Ill 

Lederer. Corey 162, 182, 183 

Leilis, Jane 96,151,200 

Lemieux, Bob 190 

Lemieux, Matthew .. 10, 20, 33, 43, 62. 82, 
84, 88, 135, 162, 180, 182. 190 

Leonardi, Jenna 111 

Leonardi, Joanne 162, 180 

Leonetti, Betsy 96 

Lepley, Jennifer 31, 140 

Lesefky, Erin 121 

Lesetky, Stacy 39, 88, 111 

Lesure, Marquita 60, 111 

Lewis, David 121 

Lewis, Frank 60 

Lewis, Letia 140 

Lewis, Narieka 60, 140 

Lewis, Tameka 140 

Libiran, Avegay 162, 180 

Library Aides 75 

Lidrbauch, Joan 96, 200 

Life, Student 8 

Linderman, Joan 96 

Lindic, Amy 80, 88, 121, 140 

Linn, Benjamin 140 

Linna, Eero 32,82, 140 

Lishing, Thomas 121 

Little, Jason 162 

Little, Jeffrrey Ill 

Little, Robin 68, 140, 192 

Litwinowicz, Mike 38, 52, 88 

Lloyd, Charmayne 60 

Lo Conti, Dawn 80, 86, 121 

Lookers 18 

Lockett, Rashanda .... 48, 50, 60, 130, 140 

Loew, Adam 121 

Lomac, Mary 7, 96, 200 

Lombardo, George 121 

Lombardo, Vincent 33, 121 

Long, Jason Ill, 113 

Long, Maland 111 

Long, Timothy 38, 88, 1 1 1 

Longshaw, Colleen 60, 80, 86, 121 

Longstreth Jr., David 5, 140 

Lorber. Eric Ill 

Lose, Kelly 140 

Lothy, Phonmany 1 1 1 

Lovanh, Chantnavy 162 

Loveless, James 148, 162 

Lowe, Ken 99, 151 

Lowery, Shawn 163 

Lucas, Marge 99, 200 

Lucas, Matthew 24, 25, 135, 164, 180, 188 

Lucido, Christopher 121 

Ludvik, Joseph 140 

Luikart, Sean 141 

Luke, Amanda 199 

Lumadue, Arie 189 

Lunar, Brian 121 

Lyie, Jaime Ill 

Lynch, David 55 

Lynch, Kevin 28, 121 

Lynch, Kyle 163, 180, 183 

Lynn, Benjamin 83 

Lyons, Brian 121 

Lyons. Sultan 121 



Kevin Granite, Carl Furlan and 
Wayne Amdt visualize the wedding 
scene that Tomeka Gibbs is describ- 
ing while Bill Parsons and Kathy 
Copic look at each other skeptically. 




en's swim team sur- 
prised Brush and won 
the conference meet 



Macek, Michael 121 

Mack, Antwan 121 

Mack, Caroline 121 

Madison, Michael 1 1 1 

Mahle, Christina 20, 141 

Mahovlic. Christian 121 

Maines, Tamara 163, 201. 204 

Majorettes 57 

Malaney. Dana 64, 104, 141 

Malcolm, Maurice 61, 141 

Mallard, Joe 121 

Malnar, Michael 163 

Malone, Damon 163 

Malone, Karnita 47, 141 

Manburg, Marc 99, 200 

Mannarino, Stacy 163 

Manzo, Debra 39, 111 

Marcelli, Christina 17, 83, 85, 121 

Marcelli, Joe 141 

Marching Band 54 

Marchuk, Sam 196 

Marcu, Steve . 36, 38, 88, 90, 99, 101, 151 

Marek, Nicholas 66, 111 

Maria, Bernardo 163 

Marinelli, Staoey 121 

Maroli, Diane 88, 99, 189 

Marron, Nathaniel 52, 55, 63. 72, 76, 163, 
201 , 220 

Marsh, Kathy 99 

Martelletti, Tatianna 191 

Martin, Colvey 38, 1 1 1 

Martin, Isaac Ill 

Martin, Kicknice 163 

Martin, Monica 39,41, 111 

Martin, Monique 141, 163, 201, 204 

Martinsen, George 99 

Marunowski, Aubrey 88, 121 

Marusic, Joseph 141 

Masek, David 68, 141, 192 

Masseria, Barbra 151 

Masterson, Jim 196 

Masterson, Katie 7, 121 

Matko, Allan 99 

Matthews, Sahrlah 121 

Mattson, Angelyn 121 

Maurer, Kimberiy 121 

Maxwell, Brian 121 

Maxwell, Charles 12, 25, 163 

Maxwell, Ricky 121 

May, Patrick 163, 180, 183, 188, 201 

Mazurik, Timothy 52, 1 1 1 

Mazzei, Lillian 11, 20, 21, 34, 67, 163, 180, 
182,220 

Mc Cafferty, Sean 1 1 1 

Mc Cants, Altonio 81, 148,163 

Mc Carthy, Kevin 141, 188 

McCartney, Kevin 121 

Mc Clain, John 27, 38, 1 1 1 

Mc Coy, Tameka 141 

Mc Cray, Louis 141 

McCreary, Angel Ill 

Mc Creight, Jason 20, 67, 75, 76, 78, 163, 
178, 180, 182, 183, 184, 192, 220 

Mc Creight, Jennifer 55, 116, 123. 124 

Mc Crone, Joe 188 

McCune, Shona 11,48,78,82, 124 

Mc Daniel, Dwayne 124 

Mc Donald. Tonya 1 1 1 

Mc Dougal, Rashaun 52, 141 

Mc Gee, Brendan 124 

McGill, Karen 99 

Mc Gill, Natalie 49, 61 , 69, 88, 1 1 1 

McGinnis, Lakisha 124 

Mc Graw, Veronica 39, 111 

Mc Griff, Latonia 141 

Mc Guckin, Sean P 141, 163 



Index 



& 



Mc Guinness, Catherine21, 35, 39, 65, 78, 
79,86,88, 124, 126, 135 

Mc Guinness, Mike 196, 199 

Mc Kay, Christopher 163 

McKee, Justin 4,21,30, 163 

Mc Kinney, Darnea 25, 38, 141 

Mc Laughlin, Judith 99, 151,200 

Mc Laughlin, Judy 86 

Mc Laughlin, Robert 92 

Mc Laughlin, Sean Ill 

Mc Manemy, Catherine 124 

Mc Michael, Andre 38, 59, 60 

Mc Neili, Michael 33, 163, 188 

Mc Peek, Mandy 45, 88 

Mc Redmond, Casey 35, 45 

Mc Redmond, Keith 88 

Mc Redmond, Sandi 99 

Mc Roberts, Randy 176 

Mecelli, Joe 135 

Meden, Lon 35. 39, 124 

Meden, Stacy 6, 34, 39, 41, 147, 163, 182, 
183, 189,201,204 

Medlen, Brian 124 

Medved, Tina 165 

Meeks, Christopher 141, 165 

Meeks, Dameon 113 

Mehring, Valerie 82 

Meier, Nicole 141 

Melanic, Mike 38 

Melaragno, John 165 

Mellen, Edie 99, 151 

Melnyk, Mike 27 

Melton, Lorrie 124 

Melton, Rhonda 141 

Memories Divider 186 

Meros, Angela 42,65,78.85, 105, 124 

Meyers, Carol 99 

Meyers, Michael 141 

Mezzacappa, Christopher 124 

Miceli, Carlo 124 

Miceli, Mary Jane 99, 200 

Michael, Tina 165. 183 

Miezin, Megan 61, 124 

Mihalic, Daniel 124 

Mihalic, Kathy 35 

Mihalic, Kristen . 34, 39, 41 , 1 47, 1 48, 1 65, 
168. 178. 189 

Mihalic, Margaret 39, 105, 124, 189 

Mihalic, Margy 41 

Mihalic, Meredith 189 

Miklavcic, Angela ... 23, 35, 39, 41 , 68, 70, 
123, 124, 135, 191 

Miklowski, Janeen 7, 17,42, 123, 134, 

141,220 

Milicevic, Mark 124 

Miller, Cecilia.. 7, 11.23,34,85, 147, 165, 
180, 182, 183,202,204 

Miller, De Marco 25, 27 

Miller, Debbie 193 

Miller, DeMarco 5,7, 13,28,29, 141 

Miller, Don 52 

Miller, Jane 165,202,204 

Miller, Ray 33 

Miller, Raymond 141 

Miller, Robert 33 

Minach, Diane 99 

Mingle, Brent 33, 165, 180 

Miocic, Suzanna 141 

Miranda, Courtney 134, 165, 181 

Miranda, David 124 

Miranda, Rosalyn 6, 141 

Miska, Diane 69 

Miskinis, Aldona 99 

Mitcham, Rochelle 124 

Mitchell, Lynnette 61, 124, 131 

Mitchell, Wakila 165 

Mlac, Chris 199 

Molakakis, Christopher 25, 141 

Montagner, Julie 189 

Montani, Ray 99, 200 

Montgomery, Erin 49 

Montgomery, Michael J 60, 141, 165, 180, 
190 




Mooney, Ben 4, 30, 33, 52, 55, 62, 63, 69, 
190 

Mooney, Benjamin 141 

Moore, James 124 

Moore, Shannon 19, 141 

Moore, Thomas 165 

Moore, Tia 141 

Moriarty, Timothy 124 

Morris, Can-ie 88, 165 

Morris, Gregory 141 

Morris, John 88, 111 

Morris, Katie 91, 99, 193, 200 

Morris Jr., Jeffery 25,68,88, 141, 188 

Morrison, Terrance 165 

Morton, Sedrick 111 

Mosby, Todd 124 

Moseiy, Tameo 39, 111 

Moses, Michelle 124, 191 

Motiejunas, Regina 65, 124, 126 

Moushey, Marty 188 

Mowell, Brian 141 

Mowell, Shawn 165 

Moyer, Andrea 61 

Moyer, Brenda 45, 69,88, 111, 151 

Moyer, Kelly45, 65, 69, 165, 180. 182, 183 

Mueller, John 165 

Mukavetz, Michael 43, 124 

Mulhall, Heather 55, 56, 77 

Mulllns, Avery 124 

Munici, Nicole 176 

Murphy, Kathna 53,66,71, 111 

Muzinic, Elizabeth 61, 68, 82, 86, 165, 

202, 204 

Myles, Wendy 196 

Mytrosevich Catherine 124 

■■^l^^ews was generated by 
^^lli many of the sports 

teams and students at 

Euclid 

Nadvornik, Adrienne Ill 

Nadvornik, Shannon 141 

Nagode, Meghan 124 

Nagode, Melissa 17, 77, 165, 193, 220 

Nagy, Mike 187, 190 

Nainiger, Daniel 124 

Nainiger, William 141 

Naro III. James 141 

National Honor Society 76 

Neal, Maria 141 

Negolfka, Maria 39, 1 1 1 

Nehrig, Sarah 9, 20, 21 , 45, 61 , 64, 80, 94, 
135, 151, 165, 180, 182, 183,202,205 

Nesbett, Andrew 124 

Neurohr, Christopher 25.26. 124 

Neurohr. Jeremy 166 

Newsom. Eric 166 

Newsome. Brian 124 

Newsome. Julie Ann 124 

Nickell. Heather 31,85, 122, 124, 189 

Nickson, Patrina Ill 

Nicolosi, Mark 124 

NIcolosi, Stephen , 166 

Niebes, Carole 99 

Nielsen, Margaret ...: 99 

Nocera. Michael 141 

Nolan, Chet 25, 189 

Nolden, James 124 

Nornian, Carmeesha 67, 122, 124, 220 

Norman, Takia 166 

Norris, Adam 192 

Norton, Chris 198 

Nosan, Joseph 33, 1 1 1 

Nosan, Mary 141, 166 

Nosse, Lee 27, 38, 1 1 1 

Novak. Ken 196. 199 



Kristen Mihalic, Stacy Meden, 
Courtney Miranda and Cecilia Miller 

are some of Mrs. Carol Tkac's favorite 
homeroom students. 



Novak, Kory 141 

Novak, Laura 124 

Novak, Nicholas 166 

Novinc, Melissa 78, 1 1 1 

Nowosielski, James 166 

Nugent, Kevin Ill 

Nugent. Michael 141, 166 

«^Iympic Winter Games 
f took place in February 
'of 1994 

O'Brien, Daniel 124 

O'Brien, Janet 141 

O'Connor, Nick 124 

O'Hara, Trisha 11,48, 123, 124 

O'Keefe, llese 68, 141 

O'Neal, Dawnigua 124 

O'Neill, Martin 1 1 , 1 3, 20, 21 , 25, 1 66, 1 80, 
183, 188, 197 

Obeng, Paa-Kofi 44, 112 

Office Aides 65 

Ogletree, Domineice 112 

Olszew/ski, David 112 

Olszewski, Laurie 141 

Orazen, Meghan 49, 1 16, 124 

Orbanic, Doloris 124 

Orchestra 53 

Orgovan, Matthew 65, 68, 83, 86, 166, 

180, 182, 188 

Oriando, Marc 124 

Oroz, Helen 11, 12,42,73,78,79,83, 

166, 180, 182, 183, 185 

Oroz, Maryann 42.78,88, 112, 138 

Osredkar, Diane 141 

Osredkar, Michael 124 

Osterman, Megan 47, 112 

Ostrander, William 125 

I ride in their school 
was held by many 
Euclid students 

p. A, Announcers 62 

Padavick, April 141 

Pae, Steven 25, 141 

Pagonis, Despina 166 

Palmer, Laquita 141. 166 

Papo, Nicholas 166 

Papo, Ricky 61, 125 

Papp, Erika 166 

Parey, Christine 142 

Parey, Melissa 197 

Parey, Theresa 42, 112 

Parise, Cara ...31,81, 166, 182, 183, 191, 
202, 205 

Parisi, Nicole 125 

Parker, Cindy 142 

Parsons, William ..21.76,79,86,88, 166, 
182, 188,202 

Paskert, Joan 71,97,99, 148, 151 

Pasquale, Ben 1 3, 21 , 91 , 92, 97, 1 38, 1 39 




Patel. Minalben 142 

Patouhas, Leonidas 125 

Patrick, Shevaughn 142 

Patrons 200 

Patterson, Alisa 112 

Patterson, Charies 63, 69, 142 

Pavicic, Paul 38, 125 

Pawlowski, Adam 72,99, 151, 200 

Payne, Sarah 67, 134, 166, 180, 183, 202. 
220 

Peacock, Bobby 125 

Peacock, Chamika 166, 177 

Pearson, Pepe 12, 13, 24, 25, 32, 103, 

148, 166, 190 

Pecek, Gary 176 

Pecnik, Renee 142 

Pecnik, Richard 27, 112 

Pedersen, Patti 92 

Peer Tutors 68 

Pekol, Nancy 31,39, 122, 125 

Pelz, Joshua 169, 202, 205 

Penn, Olivia 39, 112 

Peoples, Latosha 125, 191 

Peppercorn, Dr. Donald 122 

Peredne, Irma 47,73,81, 138, 142 

Perez, Jo Rita 151 

Perez, Jo-Rita 99 

Perotti, Anita 77 

Perovsek, Christopher 169 

Perry, Joel 188 

Perry, Joseph 8, 160, 164, 169 

Perry, Kristine 45, 68 

Perry, Lynnette 39, 60, 169 

Perry, Robert 61, 169 

Perry, Scott 142 

Perry, Shawn 112 

Perse, Jeanne 200 

Perusek, Adam 125 

Perusek, Heather 51, 55, 56, 57, 112 

Pesek, Gregory 30, 138, 142 

Peters, Matthew 142, 169 

Peterson, De Mario 142 

Peterson, Mike 60, 99 

Petrick, Deborah 99 

Petrik, Kimberiy 49, 125 

Petrovic, Robert 93, 99, 200 

Petrowski, Brian 176 

Petrowski, Melissa 142 

Pettit, Matthew 112 

Pfahl, Devanie 20,21, 169 

Pfahl, Nicholas 26,27,28, 125 

Pfeifer, Scott 169 

Phelps, Travis 27, 112 

Phillips, GIna 11, 48, 88, 125, 127 

Phillips, Lakisha 32, 125, 191 

Phillips, Nicole . 1 1 , 88, 1 69, 1 77, 1 80, 1 82 

Phillips Jr., Alphonzo 25, 32, 169 

Phillls, Tim 182 

Phommavichit, Kongkham 31, 112 

Phommavichit, Onekeo 31, 112 

Phoumyyoth, Soulydeth 125 

Picard, Danielle 101, 104, 142 

Pierce, Justin 142 

Pierce, Rachel E 34,85, 131, 142 

Pignatiello, Roy 25, 26, 39, 99, 183 




Index 




Pike, Lisa 7, 35, 39, 125 

Pikus, Mattliew 112 

Pikus, Michael 125 

Pino, Carolina 69, 112 

Pirich, Brent 81, 142 

Piscitello, Jamie 78, 88, 112 

Piszko, Jason 112 

Pla, Saily 99 

Play, Fall 86 

Play, Holiday 80 

Podboy Jr., James 125 

Poderzay, Jennifer 142 

Podmore, David 169 

Podmore. Debbie ... 31 , 71 , 73, 78, 79, 82, 
88, 169 

Poindexter, Theresa 60, 112 

Polls, Valiery 125 

Pomiecko, Jimmy 112 

Porcen. Maureen 69,78, 112 

Porch, Joaneice 125 

Post, Jessica 142 

Potioher, Tabltha 112 

Poulos, James 112 

Powaski, Ronald 99 

Powell, Anthony 169 

Powell, Timothy 176 

Powers, Jason 142 

Praskavich, Michael 112 

Praznovsky. Kristy 89. 125 

Prejean, Suzanne 142 

Prentice, C. J 138 

Presot, Jim 31,81.91, 100, 151 

Preston, William 142, 196 

Price, James 43,66, 142 

Price, Michelle 60, 112 

Primosch, Lisa 25, 38, 61, 89. 169 

Pritchard, Aretha 61, 142 

Proctor, Joshua 142 

Proctor, Kendra 85, 125 

Prodan, Nino 61, 169 

Prom 198 

Przybysz, Christopher 164, 176 

Puglia, Christine 55,56, 69, 77, 142 

Pupo, Winny 112 

Pursley, Leiand 112 

ushing from class to 
1^1 class was eased by 
|TLreinstatement of five 
minute passing times 

Radoiovic, Paul 66, 125 

Radolovic, Veronica ..42, 66, 75, 106. 112 

Raia, Ahthony 25, 26 

Raia, Anthony 125 

Rainey, Rosalyn 61, 125 

Ramlow, Barbara 82, 100, 200 

Ramlow, Robert 32, 43, 100, 200 

Ramos, Angela 112 

Ramsey, Tanisha 64, 125 

Randall, Nathan 37,38, 142 

Randle, Lashawntae 61 

Range, Jamila 112 

Range, Rashida 61, 112 

Raphael, Eric 112 




Rasheed, Ameenah 60, 125, 191 

Ray, Kacie 3,60,81, 169, 183, 184 

Raymond, Carey 125 

Reagan, Daniela 142 

Reaves, Ericka 125 

Reddick, Latina 125 

Reed, Meianie 53, 82, 83, 142, 169 

Reed, Shanithra 112 

Reed, Tiffany 112 

Reed, Travis 78. 125 

Reed, Venita 61. 112 

Reed, Willie 13, 24, 25. 142. 169 

Rees. Paula 52,55,69, 112 

Reese, Cynthia 61, 112 

Reese, Janoris 142 

Reese, Jovan 112 

Reichman, Adam 188 

Reid. Travis 52 

Reiter, Ericia 125 

Reksten, James 142 

Reksten. Michael 112 

Remarczyk. Becky 49 

Renftie. David 125, 169 

Renko, Michael 112 

Reno, Charles 91 , 100, 200, 220 

Repko, Amy 51 , 55, 57, 143 

Respress, Derrick 26, 38, 125 

Rettger, Laura 143 

Revilla, Douglas 125 

Rey, Jose 125 

Rezzola, Mike 25 

Rhodes, Lisa 169, 202 

Ricardes, Alex 30 

Ricardez, Alejandro 82 

Richardes, Alejandro 170 

Richardson, Wyley 143, 176 

Richardt, Christopher 143 

Richmond, Stacy 106, 112 

Riczinger, Michael 112 

Riddle, Rokita 60,61, 112 

Riek, Stephen 68, 69, 83, 142, 143 

Rikolo, Dennis 88 

Ringfield, Darius 170 

Ringfield, Walter 112 

Rios, Rosanna 143 

Roberts, Alana 52, 55, 80, 125 

Roberts, Penny 100, 151, 200 

Robinson, Jason 112 

Robinson, Jill 112 

Robinson, Jua 188 

Robinson, Michael 112 

Robinson, Nickeesha 125 

Robinson, Rosalind 60 

Robinson, Tanya 125 

Robinson, Willie 112 

Robson, Julie 112 

Rocquemore, Cherese 60, 125 

Rodriguez, Joe 100 

Rogers, Harold 112 

Rogers, Renee 125 

Rogers, Robert 143 

Rogers Jr., Wilson 143, 170 

Rogonjic, Stjepan 28, 125 

Rohike, Terence 112 





Rolfe. Dr. Allan A 200 

Rollins. Edward 170 

Rosberg, Robert 125 

Ross, Katherine 39, 112 

Roster, Laura 191 

Roth, Mark 125 

Rozic, Tony 33, 88. 170 

Rucker, Ronald 143 

Rudder, Debbie 100 

Russ, Kyle 31, 49, 81, 170, 180, 183, 189. 
202. 205 

Russo, Dominic 125 

Russo. Joyce 100. 151 

Russo. Michael 143, 170, 202, 205 

Russo, Tony 93 

Rutherford, James 27, 112 

Rutherford, Otis 32, 38 

Rutti, Timothy 25, 143, 188 

Ryan. Alisa 39, 113 

Rychiik. Jeannette 35, 113 



occer teams made an 
improvement over 
previous years 



S.A.D.D 71 

S.A.V.E 70 

Sabel. Amber 114 

Sabo, Stephanie 125 

Sacko, Knstin 88. 114 

Sacko, Liesel..8, 21,48, 50. 81, 170, 181, 
202, 205 

Sadowsky. Joyce 65, 100, 101 

Sakatch, Becky 49 

Sakatch, Rebecca ....48, 50, 81, 170, 181, 
182 

Saldunas, Vytas 125 

Salerno, Amie 35. 78, 1 14 

Salisbury, Catherine 30, 31, 85, 114 

Salisbury, Chnstina ...66, 68, 69, 142, 143 

Salupo, Marie 47, 66, 69, 83, 125, 142, 

191 

Salvatore, Alicia .... 80, 170, 181, 202, 205 

Salvatore, Laurie 80,88, 114 

Sammons, Tyrone 38, 114 

Samsa, Jason ... 16. 52, 55, 170, 202, 205 

Samsa, Kristen 35, 88 

Samsa, Kristin 39,77, 114 

Sanborn. Sandy 100, 151, 200 

Sarich. Joel 54, 55 

Sarns-Gaunt, Colette 77, 114 

Sarpolis, Lauren 70, 170 

Sas. Jackie 7, 35, 88 

Sas, Jaclyn 1 14 

Sas, Jessica 35, 127 

Sattler, Greg 100 

Saunders, Paris 176 

Scaife, Heather 55, 57, 170 

Scalese. Michael 114 

Scarniench, John 25, 69, 80, 81, 135, 143 

Scarvelll, Russell 176 

Scerbovsky, Steven 127 

Scheurman, Lauren 193 

Schiavoni. Maria 143, 189 

Schlil, Jeffrey 114 

Schill, Kevin 170 

Schilling, Jennifer 176 

Schmeling, Bette 76, 100, 200 

Schmidt, Christopher 143 

Schmidt, Matthew 127 

Schmolesky, Bob 28 

Schneider, Angle 182 

Schneider, Terese M 81,89, 170 

Schniegenberg, Christopher 127 

Schossler, Cheryl 42,100, 151 

Schoval, Kim 18, 48, 50, 59, 60, 143 

Schriner, Ken 100 

Schroder, Christopher 127 

Scott Perry, Jeff Morris, Donald 
Johnson, Barry Grisez and Mike 
Hoffman enjoying their lunch time. 



Schroeder, Fred 100 

Schultz, Dawn 35, 1 14 

Schultz. Donata 64, 100 

Schultz, Kathleen 127 

Schultz, Kimberly48, 50, 81, 164, 170, 172 

Schultz. Tammi 38, 89, 170 

Schuiz, Heather 143 

Schuiz, Lindsey 143 

Schuiz, Stephanie 114 

Schumer, Nicole 45, 127 

Schuster, Kenneth 5, 32, 46, 143. 190 

Schwartz, Helene . 23, 31, 67, 85, 88, 105, 

134.143,220 

Schwenke, Pete 25, 89, 97, 100, 103. 191 

Science Olympiad 72 

Scoggan, William 5,92, 113, 197,200 

Scott, Carissa 53,85, 138, 143, 193 

Scott, Demonn 27 

Scott, Heather 82, 114 

Scott, Maria 114 

Scott, Randall 127 

Scott, Samuel 127 

Scovll, Tymika 61, 170 

Seawright, Samuel . 10, 36, 38, 50, 62, 81, 
147, 170, 179, 181,202.205 

Secrest, Laura 176 

Sederholm, Seth 69, 88, 143. 192 

Sedmak, Kristina 65, 127 

Seguiin, Mickey 64, 100 

Seifried, Nicholas 143 

Seifried. Nick 62,63.69.81. 190 

Selvaggio, Nick 100 

Senart II, Joseph 114 

Senger, Gary 143, 170 

Senior Awards 197 

Senior Divider 146 

Senior Senior Prom 197 

Senior Talent Night 196 

Sergo. Christina 171 

Sergo, Lino 116, 127 

Sergo, Patricia 143 

Serra. Paul 151, 188 

Setser, Thomas 114 

Severino, Jan 100, 151 

Shamp, Jim 198 

Shantery, Brian 199 

Sharp, Carrie 12, 52, 53. 55, 58, 127 

Sharp. La Resha 143 

Sharp, Lakesha 17 

Sharp, Laura 100, 101 

Sharpe, Katrine 53, 72, 83, 143 

Shaw Jr., Brent 127 

Shea, Kelly 143, 189 

Sheck, Mike 25, 100 

Sheck, Patricia 52, 171, 181, 183 

Sheck, Patty 54,55 

Sheehan, Christopher 114 

Sheesley, Mariena 127 

Shelton, Christie 171 

Shenk. Mary 143 

Sheridan, Elaine 100, 200 

Sheridan, Paula 97, 100, 200 

Sherwood, Jeff 176 

Shields, Jeffrey 114 

Shields, Jodi 101,104, 143 

Shippitka, Meianie .... 3, 48, 51 , 79, 81 , 88, 
134, 138. 143, 187, 189 

Shore Center Barber and Style 138 

Short, Deshawn 190 

Short, Rachel 39, 113, 114 

Show, Big 194 

Show, Swim 193 

Shrader, Rebecca 171, 181, 182, 206 

Shuskey, Chad 1 9, 38. 66, 69, 1 27 

Shuskey, Todd 182, 187, 196 

Shy, Dorian 66, 171 

Sidak. Colleen 127 

Sidhu, Jeremy 26, 127 

Siedler, Ron 188 

Sierputowski, Katie 49, 114 

Simenc, Jennifer 199 

Simmons, Gregory 44, 59, 88, 171 



Index 




Simmons, ScoH 44, 88, 114 

Simpson, Jim 100 

Simpson, Lonnie 38 

Sims, Jabari 82, 114 

Sims, Nicholas 16, 127 

Singleton, Dina 127 

Siplock, Amamda 19, 52, 55, 77 

Siplock, Amanda 69, 143 

Skrab, William 114 

Skuly, Nicole 17, 134, 171, 181 

Slade, Rene 127 

Slade, Rob 31, 88 

Slade, Robert 114 

Slade Jr., Richard 30, 69, 85, 88, 143 

Slamic, Steven 128 

Slaughter, Kenneth 128 

Slaughter, Robin 171 

Slaughter Jr., Raymel 25, 26, 128, 190 

Slogar, Nicholas 128 

Smerdel, Kellle 128 

Smlalek. Charles 21, 24, 25, 76, 103, 171, 
181 

Smlalek, Jamie 3, 7, 47, 128, 191 

Smiciklas, Ebon 128 

Smith, Alfonso 128 

Smith, Angelic 128 

Smith. Antonio 171, 181 

Smith, Bonnie 48, 100 

Smith, Brandon 171 

Smith, Brenda 52, 55, 126, 128 

Smith, Christina 52, 55, 1 14 

Smith, Demetrius 171 

Smith, Devllln 26, 128 

Smith, Donovan 30, 171 

Smrth, Elaine 55, 171 

Smith, Erin 8, 11, 23, 42, 83, 85, 148, 171, 
181, 183 

Smith, Formeka 128 

Smith, Gregory 114 

Smith. Jeffery 114 

Smith, Jennifer 128 

Smith, Kelly 35,39,41,64, 104, 128 

Smith, LaTonya 191 

Smith, Mathew 114 

Smith, Michael 128 

Smith, Robert 13, 100 

Smith. Syreeta 88, 128 

Smith, Wayne 73, 100, 128 

Smola, KImberly 69, 114 

Smyth, Rion 114 

Snell, William 30, 138, 143 

Snitzky, Wayne 143 

Soccer 30 

Softball 189 

Solema, Nicholas 63, 83, 88, 114 

Solema, Paul 28,31,63, 114 

Soltesz, Frank 100, 200 

Sophomores 116 

Soutar, Heather 17, 134, 171, 181 

Spears, Valerie 1 14 

Speck. Debbie 193 

Spencer, Heather 128 

Spencer, Zachary 171 

Splga, Barbara 68, 94, 100, 151 

Spirit Club 88 

Spivey, Jason 26, 28, 128, 202 

Spooner, David 114 

Sports Aides 89 

Sports Divider 22 

Springer, Anthony 171 

Springer, Barb 103, 220 

Stadler, Veronica 103 

Stambaugh, Eric 128 

Stanic, Derek 32,46. 114,202 

Stanic, Kurt 92 

Stanton, Romerol 38, 114 

Stanton, Tachara 128 

Stauffer, Marc 52, 58,72, 130, 143 

Steele, Lisabeth 42, 76, 83, 171, 181, 182 

Steele's Garage 139 

Steelman, Lyie ....52, 54, 55, 58, 114, 130 
Steeiman, Olen ... 12, 25,28, 29, 143, 190 



Stepic, Michael 171 

Sterbait, Matt 65 

Steri, Elizabeth 128 

Stem, Christa 114 

Stern, Erin 128 

Sterric, Kevin 173 

Stewart, Christine 114 

Stewart, Delmar 27, 114 

Stewart, Jacinda 60, 128 

Stewart, Latell 128 

Stewart, Marlena 128 

Stewart, Vanya 68, 71, 173, 191 

Stigamier, Dale 114 

Still, Marquis 1 14 

Stilllngs, Mark 71, 173, 181, 182, 183 

Stitt, BIna B 78, 79, 143 

StobierskI Jr., Thomas 128 

Stobinski, Judy 83, 103. 200 

Stoves. Lavelle 176, 183 

Strelff, Frederlck25, 26, 44, 59, 78, 79, 82, 
88, 128, 138 

Strickland, Carmen 143 

Stroberg, Dana 128 

Stroth, Bradford 143 

Stroud, Maegan 176 

Strunk, Joseph 59,61,78, 143 

Stubbs, Laneka 143 

Stuber, Amy 143 

Student Council 78 

Student Council Ad 216 

Student Life 8 

Student Life Divider 6 

Suchy, Andrew 88 

Suchy, Angela 7, 35,39, 114 

Suchy, Michelle 34,76, 147, 173, 181, 

182. 183, 191 

Sugar, Igor 38, 128 

Sukis, Donald 128 

Sulecki Jr., Crelghton 114 

Sullivan, Kala 173 

Summerfield, Michael 25,26, 128 

Summers, Sir Kimberly 128 

Sumpter, KImberly . 39, 41 , 1 73, 1 81 , 1 91 , 
202, 206 

Survey 66 

Sustarsic, Anthony . 21 , 43, 65, 78, 82, 84, 
134, 173, 181, 182, 183 

Sustarsic, Cindy 55, 56 

Sustarsic, Paula 5, 21 , 49, 55, 56, 57, 1 30, 
143 

Sustin, Mike 31, 103, 191 

Sustin, Wendy 34 

Swain, Devante 60 

Swearlngin, Kim 189 

Swimming 44 

Swope, Pete 42, 192 

Swyt, James 31 , 78, 88, 1 14 

Swyt, Michael 2, 30, 44, 78, 82. 143 

Symphonic Concert Band 52 

Szep, Tom 176 

SztuI, Vince 188 

I he football team 
finished the regular 
season with a 10-0 
record 

Tabb, David 114 

Taliaferro, Carlos 128 

Tamburrino, Kristen 143 

Taplln, Jennifer 128 

Tate. Elizabeth 128 

Tate, Patricia 1 14 

Taylor, Colleen 35,39, 114 

Taylor, Darrell 114 

Taylor, Desmond 143 



Pepe Pearson, Donald Dawson, De 
Juan Goulde and Gary Dwyer watch- 
ing Charles Hall Mt. Mike Peterson's 

head at a rally be.fore the St. Ignatius 
?ame. 




Taylor, Ebony S 3, 5, 7, 48, 49, 50. 60, 64, 
79, 85, 90, 131, 135, 173, 179, 202, 206 

Taylor, Gilbert 52. 53, 86 

Taylor, Latina 143 

Taylor. Lawrence 38 

Taylor, Tina 113, 114 

Taylor II, Gilbert 114 

Taylor Jr., Ronald 114 

Tekavec, Joseph 173 

Tellch, Courtney 64, 144 

Tellch, Patrick 69, 114 

Tennis, Boy's 192 

Tennis, Girl's , 42 

Tepley, Matthew 128 

Tepley, Robert 32, 173, 181, 183, 190 

Tetter, Angela 114 

Thatch, Kellee 61 

Theme 2 

Thomas, David 128 

Thomas, Faith 114 

Thomas, Kareese 128 

Thomas, Peter 26, 38, 128 

Thomas, Renee . 48, 49, 50, 81 . 147, 164, 
173, 183 

Thomas, Robert 144 

Thompson, Andrew 52, 55, 173 

Thompson, Brian 115 

Thompson, Shawn 190 

Thurman, Anitra D 128 

Thurman, Anthony 128 

Tillinghast, Craig 144 

TImmons, MIrl 115 

Tingley, Steven .... 33, 173, 181, 182, 183, 
202, 206 

Tinker, Karin 173 

TIsdale, TImika M 144 

TIsI, David 52,55,115 

TIzzano, Diane .... 54, 55, 58, 61 , 103, 200 

Tkac, Carol 83, 103, 151 

Tolgo, Joseph 128 

Toler, Gene 144 

Tolo, Dragen 52, 144 

Tomaro, Frank 199 

Tomasi, Lou 32, 191 

Tomazic, Brian 20, 21, 43, 82, 84, 88, 173, 
181, 183 

Tomazic, Monica 191, 198 

Tome, Mark 173 

Tomino, Joseph 55,58, 127, 128 

Tomsic, Michael ... 44, 52, 55. 58, 63, 130, 
173, 181, 182, 196,220 

Torrelli, Chris 72, 103, 151,200 

Torzewski, Douglas .... 25, 32, 72, 80, 173, 
180,202 

Torzewski, Peggy 103 

Tot, Aleksandar 7, 144 

Toth, Jaime 128 

Touschner, Karen 144 

Track 190 

Track, Indoor 32 

Tran, Jacqueline 69, 115 

Tran, Vuong (Fran) 128 

Trapp, Charles 144 

Tratnik, Christina 144 




Triplet! Jr., Archie 173 

Trocheck, Jaimeson 144 

Troha, Robert 144 

Trotter, Joseph 128 

Troy, Kevin 32, 173 

Tucceri, Joseph25, 26, 27, 28, 29. 88, 128 

Tucker, Naja 164, 174 

Tuggle, Tamika 174, 177, 183 

Turchik, Linda 191 

Turk, Michael 28,68, 174 

Turk, Pat 103, 200 

Turkall, Dennis 36, 38, 103, 188, 200 

Turner, Dawn 129 

Tyler, Alline 103 

Tyree, Kevin 75, 174 

pj^ pperclassmen leave 
reminders for future 

generations 

I 

Uchbar, Leann ... 7, 18, 21, 23, 34, 35, 67, 
76, 85, 134, 135, 147, 174, 178, 181, 182, 
187,191, 198,202,206,220 

Udovic, Brian 30, 88 

Udovlch, Brian 30, 66, 68, 78, 83, 138, 144 

Underclass Divider 104 

Urh, Lydia 71, 115 

Urh, Martha 80, 87, 144 

Ursich, Gabriel 199 

' arsity volleyball 

earned their first 

league championship 

since the early 80's 

Van Ho, Adam ,. 52, 54, 55, 72, 76, 78, 79, 

174, 192 

Van Ho, Tara..., 55, 56, 69, 71 , 78, 87, 88, 

129 

VanHo., K. F 92 

Van Tllburg, Yolanda 129 

Vance, Dana 35,39,77, 115 

Varga, Bozidar 129 

Vargo, Brian 9, 32, 43, 78, 88, 174 

Vargo, Shannon 129 

Vargo, Sue 115 

Varnju, Bridgette 67, 144, 220 

Varsity Chorale 59 

Vaslavsky, Steven 63, 174 

Vaughn, Crystal 129 

Vegal II, John 115 

Verch, Anthony 33, 144 

Verrocchi, David 115, 144 

Vicic, Tammi 52, 55, 76, 174. 181, 220 

Vicic, Todd .... 12, 52, 54, 55, 58, 115, 130 

Vidra, Michael 129 

Vlhtellc, Michael 129 

VIncenti, Anna 88 

Vincenti, Erin 25, 89, 115 

VitoloJr., Dennis 31, 115 

Voices of New Life 60 

Volleyball 34 




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lo\pe, Brenda 129 

^onBenken, Bill.. 103, 151, 183,200,220 

'on Benken, Megan 198 

'on Sick, Amy 62, 65, 78, 81 , 85, 135, 

50, 174, 181, 182, 183 

lucic. Kresnnir 174 

/uyancih, Brian 115 

/uyanoih, John 198 

/uyancih, William 36,37.38, 148, 174, 

'%&if ai Napolo presented 

ft their annual synchro- 
f nized swim show for 
the school 

Waganek, Kirk 115 

Wagner, David 30, 174, 181 

Wagner, William 174 

Wahl, Christina 174 

Wai Napolo 77 

Waina, Jennifer 31 , 45, 1 1 5 

Wakkila, Jaime 61, 144 

Walczak, Leah 42,66, 116, 144 

A/alczak, Leo 83 

Walczak, Michael . 43, 67, 72, 76, 78, 174, 
178, 181, 192,202,206.220 

/Valker, Charles 144 

A/alker, Kathleen 31 , 45, 61 , 69, 115 

Walker, Mark 129 

Walker, Monolito 129 

Walker, Norman 115 

Walker, Teriesha 115 

Walker. Thomas 4, 30. 44, 63, 69, 81, 142, 
144, 190 

Wallace, Joseph 144 

Wallette, Kan 44, 45, 47, 144, 191 

Walsh, Phyllis 103 

Walsmith, Bob 103. 151 

Walter, Tim 88,151 

Walter, Timothy 115 



Waltermire, Michael ..52, 55, 58, 144, 196 

Walters, Alia 61, 144 

Walters, Elizabeth 55, 56, 81, 144 

Ward, Michael 92 

Ware, Laforia 60 

Ware, LydellL 115 

Ware, Racquel 174, 202 

Ware, Raquel C 206 

Warik, Kevin 115 

Warman, Connie 103, 200 

Warren, Andrea 144 

Was, Sarah 115 

Washington, Shanna 129 

Watson, Clentonio 115 

Watson, Cory 31,39,59, 129 

Weber. Adam 30, 174 

Weems, Angel 144 

Wein, Anna 115 

Wein, Margaret 75. 82, 174 

Weinbrecht, Beth 52, 55, 69. 115 

Wells Jr., Kenneth 27. 115 

Welsh. Patrick 38, 115 

Wenderoth, Michelle 144 

Wenderoth, Ronald 8, 174 

Wendham, Dennis 25 

Wendrof, Karen 176 

Wendrof, Kyle 188 

Wensing. Dan 25.91,98, 103 

West, Josiah 129 

Westphal, Megan 35,45, 129 

Wherley, Rick 51, 66, 72, 103, 200 

White, Bud 43,88 

White, Carrie 48, 49, 50, 65, 68, 146, 150, 
175, 177. 189,202.206,220 

White, Christopher 43, 115 

White, La Gina 60, 129 

White, Mary 103, 151, 200 

White, Tamika ..,.: 39. 175. 191 

White, Wayman 26, 129 




Lots of students showed their spirit at 
this rally before a football game. 



Whitely, Ryan 115 

Whitfield, Taviiaunna 129 

Whitley, Tyrone 115 

Whittaker, Sarah 80, 138, 144 

Whittington, Sharon 61 

Whittington, Warden 52, 115 

Wiggins, Jason 129 

Wilburn, Shantee ., 129 

Wiley, Ramone 129 

Wilk, Kelly 175 

Wilkerson, Leonard 38, 115 

Willett Jr., James 24,25,32, 130, 144, 

190,220 

Williams, Andrea ....60, 81, 175, 181,182. 

183 

Williams. Chenise T 129 

Williams, Daleah .'. 130, 144 

Williams, Darnell 129 

Williams. Jacqueline 129 

Williams, James 1 1 5 

Williams, Michelle 129 

Williams, Rashaan 176 

Williams, Robert 115 

Williams, Tamerah C 60 

Williams, Tamika 115 

Williams, Tanisha 60, 175 

Williams Jr., Billie 129 

Williams Jr., Bobby 115 

Williams Jr., Daniel 129 

Willingham, Bruce 28, 29, 147, 175 

Willis, Jonathan 129 

Willis, Owen 115 

Willoughby, Lisa 144 

Wilson, Amy 65. 70, 175 

Wilson, Andrea 131 

Wilson. Anthony 115 

Wilson. Charles 144 

Wilson, Danielle 175 

Wilson, David 115 

Wilson, Ginger 61, 129 

Wilson, Jeremy 33, 129 

Wilson, Marianne 45, 115 

Wilson, Melissa 199 

Wilson, Rashuan 25 

Wilson, Rashun 27, 38 

Wilson, Tenia 175 

Wilson, Tina 175 

Wilson, Wynoka 115 

Winterfest 20 

Winton, Heather 129 

Wise, Stephen 61 

Witczak, Martin 5, 52, 54, 55, 58, 72, 175, 
181.220 

Withers. Staria 115 

Witten, Dannika 105, 144 

Witten, Denise 28, 52, 115 

Witten. Nichole 148, 175 

Wodjak, Jeremy 198 

Woide, Jason 199 

Wolchko, Jenny 193, 196 

Wolchko, Margaret 47, 68, 77, 144 

Wolenski. Kathleen 144 

Wolf, James 101, 144 

Wolf, Mary 45, 129, 191 

Wolf, Vanesha 82 

Woodard, Andrea 61, 115 

Woodard. Anthony 115 

Woodley. Kelly 129 

Woodruff, Todd 30, 129 

Woodworth, Shannon 66, 129 

Woolen, Narketa 105, 144 

Workman, Julie 129 

Wrestling 28 

Wright. Brandi 129 

Wright, Damon 129, 175 

Wright, Dana 81, 144 

Wright, Martay 131. 175 



Wright, Montie 38. 115 

Wurm, Gwen 52, 115 

Wynn, Richard 32. 129, 190 

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where there are no 
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tW outh leadership is one 

^fc W of the requirements 
]mt for the National 
JBk* Honor Society 

Yakabucki. Cara 198 

Yasko, Allen 115 

Yelich, Mark 31. 115 

Yimen. Mekeleya 129 

Yimen, Meron 144 

Yoe. Bob 198 

York, Dick 47, 94, 103. 191 

Young, Damon 144 

Young, Valerie 144 

Yurcich, Michael 12. 24. 25. 139, 175, 188 

ig and zag is how 
students move 
through the halls 

between classes 

Zagabik 111. Richard 115 

Zagore, Deborah 144 

Zaharija. Denis 175 

Zahtila. Melissa 88. 175 

Zahursky. Stephen . 10, 12, 13. 21, 24, 25, 
26, 36. 37, 38, 81. 98, 175, 186, 188 

Zakrajsek, Chnstine 175 

Zalar. Catherine 17. 175 

Zdesar, James 38, 148, 176, 188 

Zdesar, Joseph 38. 129 

Zeltz, Adam 129 

Zele, Therese 144 

Zelenskas, Jennifer 144 

Zeman, Douglas 31, 33. 88, 115, 138 

Zeman, Gina .... 21, 31, 49. 78, 81, 83, 88, 
105, 144, 189 

Zemba, Maria 144 

Zevnik, Kristlna 42, 64, 76, 88, 129 

Zielinski, Rachel 52,55, 129 

Zivnoska, Michael 22,27.88, 115 

Zorko, Matthew 115 

Zorman, Timothy 52,55.58, 115, 130 

Zrim, Mark 129 

Zubek, Brett 129 

Zubizarreta, Judy 87, 101, 103.200 

Zuno. Erik 46. 69, 129, 220 

Zupancic, David 176 

Zupancic. Jason 115 

Zupancic. Robert 129 

Joe Brkic shows how he can go heels 
over head to kick a soccer ball. 



Football fans wait- 
ing for the game to 
begin. 




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pages were backed-up onto a 88 
megabyte Syquest removable hard 
disk. A 21" black and white, two 
page monitor made page layouts 
much easier. A second Macintosh 
Ilsi computer with 5 megabytes of 
RAM and a Video Spigot card was 
networked to the first. Both 
computers were running System 7.0. 
Digital images were imported either 
directly from a Sony Mavica MVC- 
AlO Still Video Camera into the 
Video Spigot or were scanned in 
from a photograph using a 600 dpi 
scanner. The images were processed 
using Adobe Photoshop® which 
had Kai's Power Tools® plug-ins 
installed which enabled the 3-D 
stereo images to be produced. 
Graphics were produced using 
Aldus Freehand® and Type 
Styler®. The index was made using 
the Josten's program. Last Name 
First®. The pages were recorded on 
3.5 inch floppy disks and hard copy 
was printed on a Hewlett Packard 
LaserJet III printer. The hardcopy 
and disks were sent to Josten's who 
stripped in the photos and produced 
the final copy on a Linotronic 
printer. The cover was designed by 
the Josten's Art Department. 
Pages were submitted to the plant 
on five deadlines: November 22, 
December 27, January 17, February 




I he staff of the 1994 
Euclidian would like to 
extend thanks to all who 
helped to make this book 
possible. First and foremost, thanks 
have to go to the adviser, Mr. Von 
Benken for the many long hours of 
hard work and planning that had to 
be put in to get the entire operation 
going and to keep it going. Others to 
be thanked are: Lifetouch National 
School Studios Inc. for supplying 
film and processing for the many 
pictures that appeared in the book 
and for taking many of the team 
pictures, senior and underclass 
pictures. Josten's Yearbook 
Company for putting it all together 
in such an artistic manner, Jan 
Kehn for all the time she spent 
aiTanging photography dates and 
supplying needed materials, 
Barbara Springer for all the time 
and work she did trying to get the 
senior pictures arranged and taken, 
all the writers and photographers 
who contributed their time, and last 
but not least, the entire student body 
at Euclid High School without 
which this book could not exist. 

7 and February 28. The deadlines 
were moved back from previous 
years since 8-page multiples of 
pages were submitted instead of 
random pages. All the color pages 
had to be in the first deadline since 
their production entailed so much 
work. Since the final deadline was 
in late February, nothing that 
occuffed after that tiine could be 
included in the book. 



Members of Euclid's Physics- 
Calculus gang include Paula Good, 
Marty Witczak, Tony Hren, Michael 
Tomsic, Tammi Vicic and Nate 
Marror\. They study hard with Mr. 
Reno who teaches them the uses for 
physics and calculus. 




any people helped in some 
way with the 1994 
llwwji Euclidian. Some wrote 
P 1P IP stories while others 
worked on the laying out of the 
book while others helped in the 
mailing of letters. Some of the 
people who helped were: Annette 
Hollis, Lillian Mazzei, Julie Di 
Bartolomeo, Helene Schwartz, 
Kevin Carlson, Tomeka Gibbs, 
Wendy Lapuh, Jason Mc Creight, 
Andrea Haselbusch, Mike 
Walczak, Leann Uchbar, Sarah 
Payne, Carmeesha Norman, 
Bridgette Varnju, Laura Fifolt, 
Jennifer Grisard, Tracy 
Boyarsky, Melissa Nagode, Angle 
Gudaitis, Paula Good, Carrie 
White, Marty Witczak, Janeen 
Miklowski, Ernieliza Brown, 
Kathy Copic, Jamie Willett and 
Mr. Von Benken. 




,he 1993-94 school year is 
history. Many interesting 
and significant events 
occurred during that time 
and the Euclidian tried to cover as 
many of them as possible. This was 
difficult due to the limited staff. If 
we missed something, we are sorr\^ 
■We sincerely apologize for any / 
errors or omissions that occur 6d in 
the book but you have to un jerstanc 
this is only a high school publica- 
tion and mistakes can ha';pen. 



Some of the members of the 1993-9' 
Euclid Cross-Country team, Pau 
Glowacki, Grady Buhaley, Tin 
Carney, Erik Zuno and Phil Baioni 
who won the G.C.C. for the first tim 
since 1984 being honored at a Fal 
Sports Rally. 



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